Have good and evil changed? The Pontifical Academy for Life wants to know. | Catholic Culture

By Dr. Jeff Mirus | Feb 02, 2018  In recent weeks we have seen two presentations by members of the Pontifical Academy for Life which suggest that the very nature of good and evil has changed. Surely others could be cited, but I refer to a newly appointed member of the Academy, Maurizio Chiodi, who argued that contraception is sometimes morally required (despite Pope Paul VI having defined contraception to be intrinsically evil within marriage); Continue Reading →

The Nunes memo has been released | Axios

The House Intelligence Committee has released, without redactions, the classified Nunes memo on alleged FISA abuses. The release was vehemently opposed by the intelligence community, with the FBI issuing a rare public statement to express its “grave concerns about material omissions of fact that fundamentally impact the memo’s accuracy.” What the memo alleges: The dossier authored by Christopher Steele was “an essential part” of the FBI and the Justice Department’s justification for conducting electronic surveillance Continue Reading →