Pope urges better treatment for divorced Catholics

“Having children is looked upon as an inconvenience, but rather children bring so much into family life and so much enrichment that it outbalances the economics of it,” Bishop Rozanski said.

Bishop Rozanski said we can expect to hear more of the pope’s message in September, when he’ll travel to Philadelphia for the World Meeting of Families conference.

Family and religion have historically been the two most important social institutions, but in the past few decades, as people struggle with the cost of living and wait longer to get married, the economy has become a bigger factor in the way families look. Dr. Laura Hansen teaches a sociology and family class at Western New England University. She said recessions in the U.S. and Europe make people pessimistic about their finances and the future.
Family and religion have historically been the two most important social institutions, but in the past few decades, as people struggle with the cost of living and wait longer to get married, the economy has become a bigger factor in the way families look.
Dr. Laura Hansen teaches a sociology and family class at Western New England University. She said recessions in the U.S. and Europe make people pessimistic about their finances and the future.
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