The temptations of the Regular Columnist

I have been neglecting my blog in recent times, because whatever creative energy I have is going towards completing a book, which I am hoping to get on the shelves in the Autumn, all going well. Of the various books I have published over the years the biggest seller was one I wrote twenty one years ago, called From the Inside. So I am tempted to call this latest opus From the Outside.

A Critique of Catholic Church Judicial Procedures

In this article Ladislas Orsy, the most distinguished living Canon Lawyer in the Church, does a critique of Church procedures. They fail on all the basic aspects of justice.

 

Are Church Investigation Procedures Really just?

LADISLAS ORSY, SJ

Ladislas Orsy SJ, visiting professor of philosophy of law and canon law at Georgetown University Law Centre, Washington DC, is a graduate in law of Oxford and holds a doctorate in canon law from the Gregorian University, Rome.]

[This article was first published, in German, inStimmen der Zeit, in June 1998.

Some thoughts on the Upcoming Election

I am writing this a few days before the General Election. I grew up in a very politically aware household, and all through my life I have taken a great interest in matters political. I believe that as a democracy we have been blessed with a fair degree of stability for the past one hundred years since the foundation of the state.

This current election campaign is probably the strangest, most unexpected, and at the same time enormously interesting, of all the elections I have lived through in my seventy plus years.

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