8th April 2016
'Discernment charged with merciful love': Pope Francis’ Amoris Laetitia, on Love in the Family
Amoris Laetitia transposes church teaching on marriage and the family from the key of law to that of virtue.
11th September 2015
The Lord Jesus, the Gentle Judge
Brendan Callaghan SJ situates Pope Francis' motu proprio letters about annulment reform in their pastoral context in order to think about their likely effects. What has – and has not – been changed, and why?
20th May 2015
The Irish marriage equality referendum: a state-sponsored moral conundrum
On Friday 22 May, Irish voters will say ‘yes’ or ‘no’ to a proposed amendment to the Irish Constitution which will allow same-sex marriage. However, neither result will lead to a problem-free future, argues Niall Leahy SJ.
22nd November 2013
What is Marriage? Man and Woman: A Defence
In a lecture to the Law Society in October 2013, Lord Justice Munby said that the accepted sexual mores of the 1960s are as distant to modern Britain as ancient civilisations such as ‘Nineveh or Babylon’.
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