- Aug 5, 2020
The recent case of an Italian priest who presided over the civil union of a lesbian couple on the outskirts of Rome neatly illustrates several of Catholicism’s eternal tensions.
The Diocese of Grand Rapids said it supports the decision by one of its pastors to request a Michigan judge not to present herself for Communion at Mass because she is in same-sex marriage.
A Jesuit-run high school that refused to fire a teacher in a same-sex marriage will be allowed to resume all-school Masses while it appeals its status as a Catholic school.
Two Democratic senators appear to be using the Knights of Columbus as a stalking horse for objections to the Catholic Church writ large.
As Pope Francis preaches against a “throwaway culture” in Ireland, Catholics confront the new reality of the country’s recent decision to legalize abortion.
In the opening address of the World Meeting of Families, Archbishop Eamon Martin tackled themes ranging from gay marriage to abortion and sex abuse.