Issue: August 2014
What is at stake is nothing less than the sanctity of Catholic marriage since the problem, practically speaking, is whether or not to allow remarried divorcees to receive Holy Communion.
In offering these extracts to our readers, our intention is to address the often asked question of the priority between virginity and marriage.
More than any other sacrament, the liturgical ceremonies of matrimony are nuanced by long-standing social customs native to the various nations where the light of the Catholic Faith has penetrated.
By proposing to women the model of the Blessed Virgin Mary, whom God himself chose to be the mother of Our Lord Jesus Christ, the Church proves the esteem in which she holds womankind.
Can and should state law prohibit or permit the “marriage” of two people of the same sex? Are such laws consistent with the Constitution of the nation?
“Take care not to spare your efforts and authority in bringing about that among the people committed to your guidance that doctrine may be preserved whole and unadulterated which Christ the Lord and the apostles, the interpreters of the divine will, have handed down, and which the Catholic Church herself has religiously preserved, and commanded to be observed by the faithful of every age.”
“It is not good that the man is alone; I will make him a helper like himself” (Gen. 1:18).
This interview was given to SSPX priests who have had extensive experience in preparing couples for their wedding and working out their differences during marriage.
Commencement Address, Notre Dame de LaSalette Academy, 2014
The transformation of all things in Christ was Pope Innocent III's primary concern, and he underlined this theme in writing with reference to marriage.
With respect to certain moral matters, specifically marriage and the family, there is, lamentably, no light coming from the Orthodox East.
The necessity of receiving the sacarament of confirmation before marriage.
The Synod on the Family has been in the news now for months. But is this the first Synod of the kind? Or has there been some history behind it?
United States: Black Mass at Harvard Canceled.
On the Ecumenical Meeting between Pope Francis and the Patriarch Bartholomew
Kasper cannot erase history and doctrine with “a resounding revolution of culture and praxis”
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