Opposition to ‘trans-affirming treatment’ for children crosses religious and political divides.
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A recent study revealed that Church practices may lag behind its own teachings, but some Catholics are calling for change.
Critics claim it harms youth who identify as ‘LGBTQ+,’ but the experts counter that young children should not be exposed to ideas that are not developmentally appropriate for their age.
In the wake of last fall’s disclosure that some biological females had been admitted to seminaries, Catholic formators, canonists and doctors discuss precautionary steps seminaries need to take.
Such individuals can’t be ordained, but formators stress the need to accompany these persons with love and understanding.
Catholic parishes and charities are extending aid to those who have suffered disproportionately from the COVID pandemic.
How should one grieve as a Catholic?
Record-breaking freshmen classes speak to the focus on Catholicity.