(RNS) Church is “like an ice cream parlor” — we may stop by if we like the flavor, a new survey finds.
Articles tagged “Catholic”
(RNS) A new demographic report looks at “the three most important indicators of ‘vitality’ for the Catholic Church” — the number of Catholics, the number of parishes, and the number of priests. Some indicators do not bode well for the church’s future.
(RNS) A practicing Catholic educated in parochial schools, O’Malley parts company with some of his church’s positions.
(RNS) Catholics and Mormons seem to be taking a wait-and-see attitude, Methodists plan to mull the next steps with BSA officials, and some LGBT-affirming church groups are welcoming the possible change.
South Florida Cuban exiles are divided over his move — aided by Pope Francis — to normalize relations with Cuba.
(RNS) The 2012 Catholic culture warrior on the campaign trail says the breakdown of the traditional man-woman family is America’s most urgent problem.
A right-wing death squad murdered Romero, a staunch critic of the military government and advocate for peasants and workers’ rights, 35 years ago.
(RNS) This includes people in virtually all demographic groups, whether they are “nearing retirement or just entering adulthood, married or single, living in the West or the Bible Belt.”
(RNS) Eve Tushnet created a stir with her book “Gay and Catholic: Accepting My Sexuality, Finding Community, Living My Faith.” We asked her why it is important to her to self-identify as a lesbian and whether she’s missing something about the uniqueness of erotic intimacy.