“In our own time, in a world often alien and even hostile to faith, believing families are of primary importance as centers of living, radiant faith.” [CCC 1656]
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The president of the Federation of Catholic Family Associations in Europe explains why the COVID-19 crisis makes it more urgent than ever to rethink the current mindset there regarding the family.
These stay-in-place measures are an opportunity for Catholics to renew our families and homes.
COMMENTARY: The commission has the potential to shift attention from the desires of adults, based on their fantasy ideologies, to the needs of children, based on immutable realities.
An interview with Nicholas Eberstadt of the American Enterprise Institute.
On April 16, the Holy Father spoke about the refugee crisis, as well as the global family crisis. He also said his greeting to U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders in no way represented an intention of ‘getting mixed up in politics.’
The Holy Father expressed his hope that the Jubilee of Mercy will be ‘a favorable occasion for the cold indifference of so many hearts to be won over by the warmth of mercy’ in addressing needs of migrants and those suffering from persecution, war and cultural shifts.