- Jan 19, 2021
During a March 12-13 conference on law and education at Rome’s Opus Dei-run Santa Croce University, a legal expert warned that “gender theory” is being written into both law and school materials without being openly discussed.
By visiting a hospital and sanctuary founded by Padre Pio next Saturday, Pope Francis will highlight the complicated way the Church thinks about suffering.
Reformers frustrated with the status quo on women in Catholicism seem to be making a strategic shift away from the debate over female priests, raising the question of what else can be done … and why hasn’t it been done already?
Cardinal Walter Kasper spoke Tuesday in Rome at a presentation of a new book on ‘Amoris Laetitia,’ and while he argued that the debate is no big deal, it sometimes didn’t seem that his heart was in it.
A new poll commissioned by Aid to the Church in Need finds that while American Catholics have a grasp of the realities of anti-Christian persecution, some are confused as to what their bishops and parishes are doing about it.