- Dec 14, 2019
The Philippine Senate has begun hearing proposals from various sectors to pass a law to legalize divorce in this predominantly Catholic country.
A Ghanaian archbishop called on Christians to be modest in the celebration of weddings, noting that pressure on young people to have expensive weddings is partly to blame for couples living together without marrying.
Ireland should do more to support marriage, instead of making it easier to get a divorce, says Bishop Denis Nulty.
The introduction of “no-fault” divorces in the United Kingdom will undermine marriages from the outset, said the Catholic bishops of England and Wales.
A program in Philadelphia helps couples dealing with difficult marriages.
In the preface to a new book, Pope Francis insists that his family treatise “Amoris Laetitia” does not represent a “rupture” with previous teaching and that it’s based on the “classical doctrine” of St. Thomas Aquinas.