Posts Tagged ‘ Marriage ’

Dominicans Hit it Out of the Park on Marriage and Divorce

Jul 25th, 2014 | By | Category: Blog Posts

In the most recent edition of Nova et Vetera, the Dominicans of the Eastern Province have published an extremely well-written and well-researched reflection on the Catholic doctrine on marriage, divorce, “remarriage,” annulment, and communion.  (Please read it here.)  In anticipation of the upcoming Synod on the Family, these Catholic theologians – faithful to the Church’s Magisterium – […]

What Therefore God Has Joined Together: Divorce and the Sacrament of Marriage

Sep 22nd, 2011 | By | Category: Featured Articles

There are some ancient Christian doctrines that only the Catholic Church has retained. One such doctrine is her teaching on contraception, which was the unanimous teaching of the Church Fathers, and which all Christians shared for nineteen centuries until the Lambeth Conference of 1930. At that conference the Anglican Church decided to permit the use […]

Consecrated Celibacy: Sign of the Eschatological Kingdom

May 15th, 2010 | By | Category: Blog Posts

I want to follow up on a topic briefly raised in Tim Troutman’s article on Holy Orders, and in Jonathan Deane’s recent post. The topic is consecrated celibacy, as required for religious life and the higher Orders of Catholic clergy.