Divorce mentality among Catholics: a case from the Roman Rota
For the benefit of those who might like see what a Rota sentence looks like, I recently translated one that I found interesting not only in that it provides a look at how facts and law are discussed by Rotal judges, but because it deals with a topic of major current interest, namely, how a "divorce mentality" can negatively impact the attitudes of Catholics entering marriage. Click here for my translation of the case, c. Filipiak, 23 March 1956, SRRD 48 (1956) 255-258.
For some other Rotal cases translated into modern languages, see those of the retired Irish Rotal Auditor, Msgr. Cormac Burke, on his personal website.