So, of course, I would suggest more of them pop up in the future! Chaput presented a critique of the Instrumentum Laboris for the Synod on Young People, sent to him by a respected North American theologian. Below we publish a response to this critique from Cardinal Blase J. Cupich, archbishop of Chicago, followed by a note from Chaput. The increasing use of anonymous criticism in American society does not necessarily contribute to healthy public discourse, but in fact can erode it.
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The Democratic Party was seriously powerful in the early-mid to mid-20th Century by being simultaneously pro-labor and willfully blind to Jim Crow. They've never truly figured out what to replace that with in a way that satisfies everyone.