divorce

In the third of a four-part look ahead to October’s synod, Fr Alexander Lucie-Smith says upholding marriage relies on teaching people about its realities

In March 500 priests in Britain signed a letter urging those attending this year’s family synod to issue a ‘firm proclamation’ upholding Church teaching

Luther’s criticism of Aristotle does not seem important today. Nor will today’s political fads in the future

A cardinal has suggested that someone could be admitted to Communion after remarrying, if they were to avow that their first marriage was null – but marriage is a public act, not a private one

President of bishops’ conference responds to survey that shows 60 percent of Filipinos want divorce to be legalised

The cardinal was responding to a letter signed by almost 500 priests

I had not the slightest hesitation in signing the letter, and I was grateful to the organisers for undertaking the task

Francis makes remarks in a meeting with diocesan officials and canon lawyers

Money and how you spend it can be a prime source of friction in a marriage

The blogosphere has been ignited by the synod on the family