Critics say it fails to communicate Catholic truths.
Catholics seeking to follow Church teachings about sexuality sometimes encounter confusing messages.
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Parishes where people with disabilities serve in ministerial or leadership roles tend to be the most accommodating.
Daniel Mattson, author of Why I Don’t Call Myself Gay, tells the Register how he found freedom, peace and joy by living according to Church teaching.
‘My advocacy of members of the LGBT community doesn’t mean I agree with everything they espouse, or everything they do,’ the author of Building Bridges tells the Register.
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In a new book, Franciscan Sister of the Renewal Clare Matthiass provides some perspective from her own journey.
Part II: Those who have found freedom explain why the truth of chastity must inform Church ministries.
PROFILE: Those who know him well, as an affable Catholic journalist and a man of deep faith, believe the St. Louis native is uniquely equipped to tackle his challenging new responsibilities.
In the combative cauldron of the GOP primary season, the Ohio governor has represented himself as ‘the adult in the room.’
Catholic authorities agree that ‘rape culture’ is a grave problem, even at many U.S. Catholic colleges, but suggest that it’s symptomatic of an even deeper moral malaise.
Archbishop Charles Chaput of Philadelphia and other Church authorities speak with the Register about how to discuss this sensitive issue in contemporary America
Pro-life advocates remain troubled by the group’s ties to Planned Parenthood, and its denial of links between breast cancer and abortion and the use of oral contraceptives.