Can You Be a Catholic and Have a Questioning Mind?

At The American Interest, Peter Berger takes on the “the issue of religious freedom within the Catholic Church.” Berger cites the ongoing debate between the Vatican and U.S. nuns over the nuns’ “radical feminist themes,” as the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith described them. Berger writes, “If the Roman Catholic Church compromised on [their official teaching], it would give up the very core of its identity—it would cease to be itself.”

Read at The American Interest

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