Pittsburgh Diocese waives all annulment application fees
Apr 03 2015
The Diocese of Pittsburgh has eliminated all fees for those seeking an annulment in the diocese.

Despite low Catholic marriage numbers, some see trend turning around
Mar 24 2015
The number of Catholic marriages in the United States is at its lowest point since 1965.

Catholic Review announces engagement contest winners
Feb 14 2015
The Catholic Review ran an engagement contest for couples who got engaged Dec. 1, 2014 through Jan. 1, 2015.

Organizations, annual weeklong observance celebrate, support marriage
Feb 11 2015
National Marriage Week was first celebrated in the United States in 2002.

Wedding’s backstory is winding path
Feb 07 2015
The Shrine of St. Alphonsus in Baltimore is home to a story of love that spans generations, beginning in Lithuania.

Pope says marriage annulment process should be free of charge
Jan 25 2015
Addressing the Vatican tribunal primarily responsible for hearing requests for marriage annulments, Pope Francis said all annulment processes should be free of charge.

Supreme Court agrees to take up same-sex marriage cases this term
Jan 19 2015
The Supreme Court Jan. 16 agreed to hear four cases over the constitutionality of same-sex marriage.

Little acts of love, kindness and faith add up to holiness, pope says
Nov 19 2014
Pope: All Christians are called to holiness and to take even little steps each day to be more loving and more Christ-like.

Institute officials outline alternatives to in vitro for infertile couples
Nov 13 2014
For couples struggling to conceive a child, in vitro fertilization has been a medical standard for the past 30 years.

Companies criticized for offering to pay to freeze female workers’ eggs
Nov 12 2014
Helen Alvare says companies are not answering for the psychological, spiritual or even physical harms associated with reproductive technologies.

Speakers ask pope, synod to clear up ‘confusion’ on contraception
Oct 09 2014
A married couple from Brazil told Pope Francis and the Synod of Bishops that the church should stop giving “contradictory advice” on birth control.

Wisconsin couple a bit in awe to be invited by pope as synod auditors
Oct 03 2014
Alice and Jeff Heinzen will not only be serving as auditors for the extraordinary Synod of Bishops on the family at the Vatican Oct. 5-19, they also will make a presentation before the general assembly.