The planned Nov. 3 show is set to follow a course symposium on the South Bend, Indiana, campus.
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Sister Josée Ngalula, a voting member at the ongoing Synod on Synodality, criticized ‘Spirt Unbounded’ organizers for not disclosing the conference’s push for ‘women’s ordination’ and ‘same-sex marriage’ when they asked her to contribute.
Theologians who have studied the Pope’s response told the Register that immediate media reactions miss the mark and don’t accurately capture what the Pope did — and didn’t — say.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Only select members are taking part in small-group discussions on hot-button topics like LGBTQ inclusion and women deacons.
‘We clearly do not intend to do things like bless same-sex unions or approve of homosexual acts,’ Bishop Zinkula told CNA.
The College of St. Benedict says it will accept both female applicants as well as male applicants who ‘now consistently live and identify as female, transgender, gender-fluid, or nonbinary.’
Anna Katherine Howell, a convert from the Episcopal Church, took a public stand.
The executive director of the international apostolate that serves same-sex-attracted Catholics and their families reflects on the lessons learned during his tenure.
Jesuit Cardinal Luis Ladaria Ferrer, prefect of the Dicastery for the Doctrine of the Faith, gave the opening remarks at a May 19-20 congress on ‘Humanae Vitae,’ the 1968 landmark encyclical from St. Paul VI.