The most basic question every Catholic can ask his or her priest is, “How can I get a divorce?”
For those of us who are not baptised, the answer is, of course, “Get married.”
It is the best solution for those of you who are, and you are not.
But how can you get married?
Just do it.
We can all agree that it is a good thing to do.
But if you are one of those who think that the Catholic Church has given up on marriage, then you might want to reconsider.
We are here to tell you, the Catholic faithful, that there are still marriages, but there are a lot of them.
As I mentioned before, it is important to remember that the Church has always been a patriarchal institution.
It has always had priests and bishops who have made the decision about marriage.
But it was the reformers of the 20th century who opened up the doors for women and gay people to enter into the Church, and those reforms made marriage the centre of the Church.
In recent decades, the Church’s leadership has been very much influenced by the feminist and gay rights movements.
This was a time when the Church was the only institution that respected the dignity of women.
There was a great deal of concern about the Church going forward, because it was perceived as being in the way of the family.
Today, the Churches leadership is deeply committed to family life.
The Church’s teaching on gender equality has not been forgotten.
In fact, it has been strengthened.
Pope Francis’ encyclical, Laudato Si’, in which he says, “There is no hierarchy and that is why I am speaking about it in a very simple way, and that, of all things, is most important for the people of God,” has been interpreted by many as a threat to marriage.
That, of that, is not true.
The pope has always understood the dignity and the importance of marriage.
This is something that the pontiff has always taken very seriously.
So when the pope, in his encyclico, said, “What is marriage, anyway?
What is the meaning of marriage?
The pope does not care,” he did not mean to insult the Church by doing so.
He was referring to the dignity that is so important to the Church today, as a woman, as an atheist or as a gay man.
And what Pope Francis is talking about is the family, not marriage.
And the Pope is very much aware of the fact that the family has always existed.
When he speaks of the dignity, the importance and the value of the church, he is referring to it as the family of God.
In other words, he knows that the church is very important to him.
In his encyclopaedia, The Catholic Encyclopedia, he writes, “The Church is the mother of the Christian community.”
And he writes in his own Encyclical Humanae Vitae, “This family is a reflection of the community.
The community is the body of the faithful.
The body of faith is the people.”
There are other parts of the encyclicals that are very relevant to the current controversy over the Catholic bishops’ decision to ordain women and to permit gay people into the priesthood.
In the last one, for example, he says that the Holy Spirit has always worked for the good of the human family.
This statement has a lot to do with the fact, of the whole Church, that it has always lived in the family with its priest, and it has never changed.
That’s the point that Pope Francis made.
He says that God has always done what He wanted, because He knew what the people wanted.
That is what is important.
That can be a difficult position for those who would see marriage as a sacrament of life, and they may be tempted to see the Church as an institution that has always kept women in the home.
The problem with that is that the very fact that God is concerned about the institution of marriage is a key element of its character, as well as its mission.
As we have seen, it can be very difficult for a Catholic to be a traditionalist about marriage and a traditional conservative about gender equality.
But when we look at the Church for what it is, it needs to be judged in light of its mission and not in light on its gender equality policies.
And, by God, that is what the Church is, and this is a mission that the people have always understood.
In order to understand this mission, it’s important to think of the role that the Roman Curia plays in this.
In our view, the Roman Catholic Church is very close to the family and to the human person.
When Pope Francis talks about the family in his Encyclicals, he’s not talking about the church as a traditional institution that is married to a