- Apr 18, 2021
The individual responsible for stealing the “Pachamama” statues from a Roman church last month is currently on tour in the U.S.
A new “pastoral framework for marriage and family life” should be ready for a vote by the U.S. bishops by next November at the latest, according to Archbishop Charles J. Chaput of Philadelphia.
A Connecticut couple is accusing local and state officials of wrongly removing their teenage daughter from their home and destroying their relationship with her based on the false belief they were mistreating the girl because she is lesbian.
Two Vatican developments have occurred over the last week, neither of which on its own amounts to a thunderclap, but each of which, in its own way, is still noteworthy.
Pope Francis has asked families to set aside time to pray both individually and together as a family.
When it comes to the issues, there are several reasons to believe new EU leader Ursula von der Leyen will see Pope Francis as an ally.
Gregory Popcak is the organizer of the upcoming Symposium on Catholic Family Life and Spirituality, a July meeting at the University of Notre Dame focused on the renewal of family life. He spoke to Crux.
The current Hungarian government under Prime Minister Viktor Orban prides itself on its conservative platform — low immigration, lots of incentives for marriage and families, and promotion of the nation’s Judeo-Christian heritage whenever possible.