Thursday 26 April 2018

A la carte Catholicism is fine as long as love is the essence

Niamh Horan is part of a new generation that still call themselves Catholic but question which rules are really worth following

Call it 'a la carte' all you want, but in a Church that refuses to examine its conscience and change accordingly, in that label, there is no shame
Call it 'a la carte' all you want, but in a Church that refuses to examine its conscience and change accordingly, in that label, there is no shame
Niamh Horan

Niamh Horan

I was in my final year in college at a Kris Kindle dinner with a group of friends when it came to my turn to unwrap my present.

The guys looked on, grinning wildly, as I tore off the paper to reveal a plastic action figurine of Moses.

"What's this for?" I asked.

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