What is Fatherhood?

  • (noun): The status of a father.
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on fatherhood:

The Rise of The Responsible Fatherhood Movement in The U.S.
... the 20th century, the issue of healthy, responsible fatherhood also began to gain attention ... men and women as they form families." Throughout the 1980s and 1990s, a national responsible fatherhood movement began to take form in the United ... with competing masculinities and contesting claims and grievances...he Fatherhood Responsibility Movement seeks to overcome barriers of income, race and politics." As the responsible ...
David Burrowes - Parliamentary Career - Select Committees and Interest Groups
... and Dual Diagnosis (Chair), Justice for Equitable Life Policy Holders, Fatherhood, Holy See, Human Trafficking, Interest Rate Swap Mis-selling, Legal Aid, Poverty, Prison ... he contributed to debates on on Violent Crime, Fatherhood, Criminal Legal Aid, Council Tax Revaluation, and Equalities ... Council Tax, Hit and Run fatalities and Fatherhood ...
Five For Fighting - Philanthropy
... The singer received a special fatherhood award from the National Fatherhood Initiative's 2009 Military Fatherhood Award Ceremony ...
Ed Lucas - Marriage, Fatherhood, and Custody Battle
... In September 1979, after seven years, Ed’s ex-wife came back and announced that she was seeking full and complete custody of the boys ... Ed went to court to and fought a long custody battle, as the case made its way up to the New Jersey Supreme Court ...

More definitions of "Fatherhood":

  • (noun): The status of a religious leader.
  • (noun): The kinship relation between an offspring and the father.
    Synonyms: paternity
  • (noun): God when considered as the first person in the Trinity.
    Synonyms: Father, Father-God

Famous quotes containing the word fatherhood:

    To recover the fatherhood idea, we must fashion a new cultural story of fatherhood. The moral of today’s story is that fatherhood is superfluous. The moral of the new story must be that fatherhood is essential.
    David Blankenhorn (20th century)

    My fatherhood made me understand my parents and to honor them more for the love they gave. My sonhood was revealed to me in its own perfection and I understood the reason the Chinese so value filiality, the responsibility of the son to honor the parents.
    Kent Nerburn (20th century)