Ludmila Javorova is an ordained priest in the Czech church. Her ordination was suppressed by the Vatican after the fall of the Communist regime in 1989. We call on Pope Francis to recognize her ordination and her ministry today.
As faithful Catholics, we lament the U.S. Catholic community’s complicity and participation in fostering an environment that encouraged and enabled such violence.
Dr. Cecilia González-Andrieu offers a beautiful vision of Church for today's realities.
In what appears to be a strategy to avoid ordaining women to the permanent diaconate, Pope Francis appointed members to a second commission on April 8, 2020
FutureChurch Co-Director, Russ Petrus, offers these prayers of the faithful for a Holy Thursday without foot washing.
The promise of a global movement for women's equality in the Catholic Church.
Results of FutureChurch Bishop of Cleveland Survey
There was certainly movement toward a more wholistic Francis approach in the 2019 version of the Voter's Guide, but U.S. bishops effectively excised language that would implicate them in failing to embrace his approach.
Marie Collins is the foremost advocate for justice for survivors of clergy sexual abuse
We are deeply grateful for the witness of our board members. and our work will be shaped by their prophetic vision.
The memoir will be available this month.
Deborah Rose-Milavec reflects on major moments, insights from the fifth meeting of the the International Catholic Reform Network in Warsaw
The theme of this year's AUSCP conference was "Peacemaking in Our Fractured Society" and focused on healing the racial divide in the world and within the Church.
Voices of Faith envisions a church and a world that fully recognizes and embraces the gifts, talents and leadership of women.
Parish life in the face of the impending priest shortage does not necessarily need to end badly.
FutureChurch and the Association of U.S. Catholic Priests will host the Third International Conference of Priest Associations and Reform Organizations