We all have our own biases when it comes to religion.
We are also not immune to the biases of those around us.
That’s why it’s important to know who you are and what you believe, and then take steps to change your beliefs.
For instance, the people who are most likely to create catholic culture and to have the most impact on the church’s legacy, like the Rev. Peter Pansare, tend to be the most vocal about the Church’s gender issues.
Pansares is known for his crusade against the sexual abuse of children in Catholic institutions and for his role in the formation of the Vatican’s commission on sexual abuse.
But he also made waves by supporting abortion rights and his staunch opposition to same-sex marriage.
So who is Peter Pang?
What makes him a good Catholic?
He’s a priest and author of three books, including The Catholic Question, a book about how religion has historically treated women and the issue of gender in the church.
His website features a wealth of information on the Church, and he has a blog with a wide range of posts about topics ranging from sex to the Church to the Bible.
Pang is also known for supporting abortion and his opposition to gay marriage.
That said, he also has a history of making headlines when he’s not advocating for his own beliefs.
When Pansaring first published his book, he was a leader in the Catholic Church’s opposition to contraception.
When the Supreme Court struck down the Hyde Amendment in June 2014, Pansared took to his blog to say that the ruling was a victory for the rights of women and girls, and that women are “in the majority of Catholic clergy, in the majority in the Church of England, and in the overwhelming majority of all religious orders.”
His post was picked up by The New York Times, The Washington Post, and several other outlets, and it has been viewed nearly 700,000 times.
But Pang’s comments didn’t go unnoticed by a growing number of people in the conservative Catholic Church.
Panguade is the founder of Catholic Answers, a website that focuses on the Catholic Answers Network, which Panguades said is “the biggest, most popular, and most respected Catholic advocacy organization for reproductive rights.”
Panguare told the Christian Science Monitor that the Catholic Right has long seen the issue as a battle between women and men.
The Catholic Right, which is now the second-largest political force in the country, is pushing for the Church not to teach children about contraception and abortion and to limit contraception coverage to a “conscience-free zone” for people who want to avoid it.
And Panguares claims the Catholic right is fighting to “end birth control coverage in the United States, and all other forms of contraception in the world,” as well as other countries.
But for some people, those efforts are being pushed too far.
A few months ago, a blogger who goes by the name of @katewally_tayler posted a piece on the website of The Daily Caller, an anti-abortion blog run by a woman who calls herself “Mother Jones.”
In the piece, she claimed that Catholic schools teach that women should not get abortions or that the church should not allow abortion on demand.
“The Catholic Church is in the business of teaching that abortion is wrong,” Tayler wrote.
“It is a crime against humanity to do so.
But the Catholic hierarchy has long taught that abortion should be reserved for those who have been impregnated by the use of a surrogate, and those women who are already pregnant are in the minority in the population.
This, Tayler claimed, is the Catholic position.”
The Catholic Answers blogger went on to say she had contacted Panguases office and he had replied, “I am the spokesperson of Catholic America, which has always supported the right to choose.”
Tayler also wrote, “The Church is very supportive of women who want abortion and support them in every way they can.
But this is not the Catholic view.”
Taylers response was retweeted by several conservative bloggers.
Tayler went on the offensive when she went to a Catholic school and asked students if they wanted to abort the fetus that they were carrying, the Daily Caller reported.
The school did not allow it, she said.
Taylers blog post was retweeting by many conservative bloggers, including Sarah Palin, who said, “If they’re so adamant about women having the right of choice, why doesn’t the Catholic church also allow them to choose their own church?”
The Daily Beast also reached out to Panguase for comment.
A spokesperson for Panguates office did not immediately respond to a request for comment, but Panguas spokesperson said that he “is committed to supporting Catholic women in every area of their lives, and the Catholic school’s position on abortion is no exception.”
Tayles blog post has been shared more than 1.2 million times.