Michael Hichborn of Lepanto Institute put up a piece that refuted some serious errors that were embraced by Elizabeth Scalia. Some might recognize her as the Patheos blogger "Anchoress". Recently she assumed the position of editor of Aleteia. In her piece she argues for Holy Communion for adulterers and sodomites. I recommend you read both. A note regarding Patheos; that network pays its site owners based upon the number of clicks that their sites receive. Since Scalia's piece is found on the Aleteia site I don't think she'll be compensated for the viewing of her errors; else I could not have linked to it in good conscience.
Please read Hichborn's piece closely; it is excellent and there is one key reason why that's so. Hichborn addresses the arguments that Scalia proposes and demonstrates how they've been refuted centuries ago by St. Thomas Aquinas. As such, the words of the Angelic Doctor are most applicable to the canards being raised now at the sin-nod and by many other such proponents. Cardinal Wuerl may wish to study them and to revisit his attitudes towards Canon 915 and the injustice that he perpetrated three years ago against Father Marcel Guarnizo. Those of us who remember the ever-relevant Baltimore Catechism will appreciate this diagram that sums up some salient points.
In yesterday's post I linked to a LifeSiteNews interview with Cardinal Arinze. His Eminence expounded on the obligation that each one of us has to properly form and inform our consciences in conformity with Catholic teaching. Voice of the Family today released a piece that delves into that matter and how that relates to the need to receive Holy Communion in a worthy state.
LifeSiteNews interviewed Bishop Athanasius Schneider last week. He stated quite plainly that those Kasperites who yap and yammer about admitting mortal sinners to Holy Communion are "following the spirit and language of Satan". The good bishop is not afraid to call out his errant brothers by name. God bless him and the other faithful prelates. Pray for them because you can bet the progressives in the Vatican and elsewhere have the long knives aimed at them.