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Divorce and the duties of Catholic lawyers

July 8, 2017 Edward N. Peters 4

Civil lawyer C. T. Rossi, in his essay Permission for Divorce and the Catholic Lawyer’s Dilemma, complains that “the Church has done little to educate its legal practitioners about their responsibilities as Catholic lawyers”, complains that […]

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The victims of divorce speak

July 6, 2017 Leslie Fain 3

Two new books written by Catholic authors—Primal Loss: The Now-Adult Children of Divorce Speak by Leila Miller, and Marriage and Equality: How Natural Marriage Upholds the Ideal of Equality for Children by Jennifer Johnson—explore the […]


Fighting the ideologies of contraception, divorce, and gender

March 21, 2017 Jim Graves 1

Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse is a Catholic author, speaker, academic, and founder of the Ruth Institute (, “dedicated to finding Christ-like solutions to the problems of family breakdown.” The Institute “has accumulated decades of research to support individuals and […]