Aha, and what is your religion about in the sense of values? Thanks, Lesser, your responses are valued.
Decalogue would be a good start to learn about Catholicism. Certainly more reading is needed to fully learn about mentioned issue.
What does sticking to Catholic doctrine completely entail? Is being a devout Catholic always sensible and why?
It means that if you commit sins, you must feel sorry. You cannot be opposed to any part of Catholic teaching.
So Catholic teaching is infallible in your opinion?
Doctrine is infallible. If one claims otherwise, must consider Catholicism to be a false religion. I think that this is pretty obvious.
What are the main selling points of the Catechisms according to you?
I'm not familiar with exact meaning of "selling points".
Wasn't LK on a slippery slope in terms of having to strike a balance between public duty and promoting Catholic values? Where did he go wrong?
I cannot read in his mind, I can just comment about his public stances. A good Catholic cannot believe something that he publicly deny. He was missing church's teaching as far a abortion is concentrated. His ecumenical activity was very controversial and could mislead some people. (At this point many Catholic priests aren't any better to be fair) While his wife had different opinion about in vitro.