By Patrick F. Fagan, MercatorNet - “Divorce? Never. Murder? Maybe.” So said an Irish wife in 1986 when Ireland was debating divorce law. Divorce was unthinkable for her generation, particularly for Catholics. “Prenups” were a waste of time and thought.
CNA/EWTN News - Catholic outreach to LGBT individuals must always include the truth about Catholic teaching and chastity, Cardinal Robert Sarah said in an article responding to Jesuit priest Fr. James Martin... “The Catholic Church has been criticized by many, including some of its own followers, for its pastoral response to the LGBT community,” Cardinal Sarah wrote
By Rachel Lu, National Catholic Register - COMMENTARY: We must ‘stand on our own feet, look the world square in the face,’ and recognize that Jesus Christ is our Lord and Savior, without whom our lives our meaningless and our hopes vain.
By John Ston estreet, CNSNews - In his dissent in Obergefell, Chief Justice Roberts wrote that the decision “creates serious questions about religious liberty.”.. Even before the Chief Justice wrote those words, the clash between religious liberty and the new sexual orthodoxy, including, but not limited to, LGBT rights, was well underway, and Phillips was among the earliest examples.