The Code of Canon Law leaves room for a pastor's discernment
Pope Francis' point on the urgent need for pastoral guidance factors in the formation of right intentions
Exorcism, prophecy, speaking in tongues, and less spectacular abilities like teaching are critical to the Church's "rejuvenation"
A recent reader poll revealed that many knowingly receive while not in a state of grace. What does the Church say about this?
...or does being uncommitted mean one has no commitment?
True to the Gospel? True to Church teaching?
Consecrated virgins are now mostly non-cloistered women "living in the world"
The Year of Mercy is meant for everyone, in every possible way
The Church still believes in indulgences? Even after Martin Luther?
The call to be faithful even unto death is arguably a facet of the universal call to holiness