- May 26, 2020
Catholic bishops in the U.S., England and Wales welcomed the Vatican’s statement that gender ideology is opposed to faith and reason, and that Catholic schools and parents must help teach children that gender is fixed from birth.
As of Tuesday, every province of Jesuits in the United States has released lists of names of credibly accused priests of abuse.
In the wake of recent clerical sex abuse revelations, LGBT issues may no longer be the focus of the World Meeting of Families in Ireland this year, but advocates insist that they will not be silenced.
As the 2018 World Meeting of Families rolls on this week in Dublin, participants face the dilemma each day of choosing among a staggering variety of panels, talks, exhibits and other programs, often scheduled at precisely the same time in different venues.
The issue of LGBT families has dogged the ninth World Meeting of Families since it was revealed that an image of a gay couple was edited for a preparatory booklet, and Los Angeles Auxiliary Bishop David G. O’Connell’s comments on gay families were deleted from a video.
The Met’s fundraising Gala, held every year since 1948, is recognized as the “Super Bowl” of the fashion world, and this year it’s devoted to the Catholic imagination.