Church leaders have been proceeding carefully in their efforts to implement the pope's exhortation on marriage and family, according to a report issued Sept. 27.
Philadelphia Archbishop Charles Chaput appeared on Notre Dame's campus Thursday, speaking about the bleak consequences for a society when infidelity and promiscuity run rampant and families break down.
Distinctly Catholic: There are no more strict separationists, to be sure. But, that does not mean distinctions between politics and religion are useless.
U.S. Catholic bishops are calling on dioceses and communities around the nation to participate in a day of peace and dialogue Friday.
Pope Francis' conscience model, emphasizing individual conscience, differs from his two predecessors and provides a faithful, merciful guide to Catholics, especially couples in irregular situations.
Distinctly Catholic: Pope Francis' decision to name Bishop Kevin Farrell to head the new dicastery on family, marriage and the laity is not just good news per se because Bishop Farrell is one of the ablest administrators in the church.
Commentary: Why does Archbishop Chaput feel the need to share his thoughts on politics -- which he seems to understand are not a fit object for his teaching authority?
Philadelphia -- State Rep. Mark Rozzi, a sex abuse survivor, had attempted to shepherd a bill through the legislature that would revamp the state's sex abuse laws.
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Some still disagree about the meaning behind Pope Francis' exhortation on marriage and family, three months after it was published.