The protest occurred after the outcome of the bishops’ votes on “Witnessing to the Equal Dignity of Women and Men.”
Australian council in crisis after motions fail to get enough bishop votes
Leaked draft of Supreme Court opinion indicates overturn of Roe decision
The Supreme Court appears set to overturn its Roe v. Wade decision, which legalized abortion for nearly 50 years, according to a leaked initial draft of a court opinion obtained by Politico and published online the evening of May 2.
Greg Erlandson: Bridging divides shoulder to shoulder
“I wonder if the Church can play a mediating role in the midst of our division. It can provide a meeting ground where Catholics and others who identify with either party can meet the other.”
Father Ron Rolheiser: Lessons about human(kind)
“This is not some sentimental, feel-good book on how we need to be kind to each other. It’s more like a Sermon on the Mount for our time, or at least how we might work towards living the Sermon on the Mount.”
Traditional Latin Mass ‘movement’ sows division, archbishop says
While the liberal permission to use the older Mass was put in place to promote unity, it now has sown division by undermining the reforms of the Second Vatican Council through the rejection of the most important of them: the reform of the Roman Rite.
Father Ron Rolheiser: Our deep failure in charity
St. Eugene de Mazenod left us with these last words as he lay dying: “Among yourselves, charity, charity, charity.” I don’t always live that, though I wish I could, especially today.
Collection of essays offers insights into church, societal differences
The new book is a compilation of essays of the views of American Catholics and how polarization has divided our church and what might be done to bring us together.