COMMENTARY: Allowing different regional practices regarding reception of Communion will cause grave disunity and confusion among the faithful. Second of four parts.
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Moral theologian responds firmly and extensively to Jesuit Father Antonio Spadaro’s assertions that the final report of the Ordinary Synod on the Family “opened a door” to holy Communion for remarried divorcees
U.S. bishops that attended the 2015 synod on the family reported their experiences and observations at the fall general assembly of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.
The Philadelphia archbishop will have a three-year term to help prepare for the next ordinary synod in 2018.
Despite nearly one out of three Catholic marriages ending in divorce, few parishes have divorce ministries, and pastors have no standard best practices to draw upon.
Editorial in influential Jesuit journal says ordinary synod on the family 'laid foundations' for access to the sacraments
German journalist Paul Badde recounts the actions of the Belgian cardinal — whose participation in the recent family synod drew criticism — at the time of Pope Benedict XVI’s election.
Paul Darrow, a man with same-sex attraction who left the gay lifestyle after encountering Christ, says the Church needs to uphold its countercultural message of truth.
This unity, combined with the diversity of popular piety, gives the Church great resources for building a ‘a new missionary confidence and courage,’ the archbishop of Los Angeles said.