What happened on June 26th at the courthouse matters, and we must keep up our witness to the truth about marriage, by word and deed, until it is safely beyond judicial overreach.
In his book What I Saw in America, G.K. Chesterton recounted his experience in seeing Broadway at night in New York.
Next week the Supreme Court will decide two cases dealing with the definition of marriage.
In the following address Bishop Thomas Paprocki of Springfield, Illinois shows himself to be another articulate and courageous bishop in his defence of marriage.
What is the central problem?
San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone chairs the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops' Subcommittee for the Promotion and Defense of Marriage. Here are his views on the subject in response to questions from USA Today.
Chesterton was so consistently right in his pronouncements and prophecies because he understood that anything that attacked the family was bad for society.
To understand why it is not good for the boy and girl to be alone, to understand their toddling steps into the land of marriage, each sex completed by the other, is to begin to understand Catholic Social Teaching.