- Jun 17, 2021
A devoutly Catholic husband who refused to grant his wife a divorce on religious grounds urged Nebraska’s highest court Thursday to overturn the state’s no-fault divorce law in a case that could leave Nebraska as the only state without a law that lets couples end their marriage without assigning blame.
A pop star kept at arm’s length by the Church during life now is spending eternity in the Church’s embrace, accompanied by an image in his honored blessed by the Church.
A Philippine church official has expressed surprise over the speedy acceptance of a bill in the country’s parliament that would legalize divorce.
Catholic couples in Spain will undergo up to three years of marriage preparation under an initiative by their bishops to reverse the country’s high rates of divorce.
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.