Survey says: Most Catholics in US reject Church teaching on cohabitation

Nearly three quarters of Catholics in the United States are not opposed to couples cohabiting before marriage, despite the Church’s moral teaching. A new survey by the Pew Research Center, released Nov. 6, reports that Americans as a whole are very accepting of unmarried couples living together, even if they have no plans to marry. Additionally, Pew found that a shrinking percentage of adults are getting married, and an increasing number of adults have decided to cohabit. Only 14% of adults surveyed said they did not believe that it was…

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YEAR A: HOMILY FOR SATURDAY OF THE 31ST WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME (1)

YEAR A: HOMILY FOR SATURDAY OF THE 31ST WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME

HOMILY THEME: TOUGH LOVE IN THE LIFE OF JESUS…..”Destroy this temple and in three days I will raise it up”

BY: Fr. Joaquim MESEGUER García

HOMILY: Today, in this

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