Friday, July 25, 2008

Studying the Critiquing of Dissenters...

One way to learn about the Catholic faith is to first study the Catechism of the Catholic Church.

A good way to supplement that, among others, is to read the critiquing of dissenters written works. I have found that when someone - priest or lay person, who is solid in his understanding of catechesis and theology, publicly examines the words of dissenting priests and theologians, there are many things to learn. It will get you thinking.

Fr. Z has a piece up in which he critiques an article by dissident Hans Kung. In order to understand common errors circulating about Catholicism today, I would encourage you to read Fr. Z's take on the article.

LA STAMPA: Hans KÜNG on Pres. Bush and Pope Benedict XVI




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The obedient are not held captive by Holy Mother Church; it is the disobedient who are held captive by the world!

1 comment:

japhy said...

I bought a book yesterday entitled "Refounding the Church: Dissent for Leadership" by Gerald Arbuckle, after hearing the book lauded in an anti-"reform of the reform" homily.

It's frustrating to read these people saying what Vatican II said, when I've read the documents and know better!