See this online video & text:
- “Is Religious Liberty Possible in a Liberal Culture?”, by Professor David S. Crawford, Communio, Volume 40, No. 2 (Summer-Fall 2013): pp. 422-437. According to the text, it is a “Paper delivered at the conference, “Dignitatis Humanae and the Rediscovery of Religious Freedom,’ at the Pontifical John Paul II Institute at The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C., 21–23 February 2013”.
On the Feast of the three young men, Hanania, Azra and Michaeel in the Maronite Rite. For other texts and ebooks, you may access the List of Free eBooks (Arranged by Title), the List of Free eBooks (Grouped by Subject), the List of Worth-It Catholic Books & eBooks, and the main page of the Catholic eBooks Project.
“How many winds of doctrine have we known in recent decades, how many ideological currents, how many ways of thinking… Every day new sects spring up, and what St Paul says about human deception and the trickery that strives to entice people into error (…) comes true.
“Today, having a clear faith based on the Creed of the Church is often labeled as fundamentalism… We are building a dictatorship of relativism that does not recognize anything as definitive and whose ultimate goal consists solely of one’s own ego and desires.
“We, however, have a different goal: the Son of God, the true man… An “adult” faith is not a faith that follows the trends of fashion and the latest novelty; a mature adult faith is deeply rooted in friendship with Christ… Truth and love coincide in Christ.” (Homily of Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger, 18 April 2005)
O Sapiéntia, quæ ex ore Altíssimi prodiísti, attíngens a fine usque ad finem, fórtiter suavitérque dispónens ómnia: veni ad docéndum nos viam prudéntiæ. (Text from Divinum Officium)