Its multifaceted approach aims to welcome couples into the community, enrich their relationships and help them grow together in the faith.
Cardinal Burke was among the first of a small number of bishops to come out in support of Viganò’s denunciation of the pope.
“I hope to share ‘best practices’ from parishes that have successfully reached out to the L.G.B.T. Catholic community,” Father Martin told America.
Communion is exclusively for Catholics in a state of grace and not something to be shared between friends, said Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze.
At Villanova, the Newark archbishop spoke of “paradigm shifts” in the church and said “only the Lord" can judge who belongs among the faithful.