Effects of divorce among catholics: a case study of Kampala diocese
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This research report seeks to provide an overview of Effects of divorce among Catholics using a case study of Kampala dioceses. Divorce is becoming increasingly common in the lives of parents and children. Prior to the Catholics in Rubuga division. However, following the adoption of the new divorce act in Rubaga division made divorce more accessible among Kampala diocese and in all areas of Rubaga division and allowed marriage breakdown as grounds for separation, number if divorce increased dramatically. Through a review of related literature, this research attempts to examine how one might best understand the concept of effects of divorce, Although the majority of the test books and articles used are from united states of America for the most part, similar results have been found in other countries like Uganda to suspect the effects of divorce. The first chapter of this research report discusses the introduction of the study which is the effects of divorce. presents the background of the study including even the background about the Area of the study. In some chapters presented the statement of the problem, scope of the study, definition of key terms, objective of the study, research questions and significance of the study. Chapter two presents review of related literature which indicates different philosophers who wrote bout effects of divorce This chapter also includes different articles about effects of divorce. Chapter three presents the methodology which are the methods used to collect this information in the search report. Chapter four indicates the Study results which is the data collected from the field of the case study which Catholic church of Kampala diocese in Rubaga division.