Scrolling through news of the Notre Dame fire on social media feeds was like watching a real-time archive of grief. Why do some heritage places elicit more […]
Source: Why Are We so Moved by the Plight of the Notre Dame? | The Conversation
Why were six Jesuits and two women killed in one night? Like Oscar Romero, they had come to believe it was their duty as Christians speak up for human rights and peace.
Source: Blood and Ink – the Making of El Salvador’s Martyrs By Robert Lassalle-Klein
Cardinal Seán O’Malley has spent decades cleaning up after pedophile priests. Now he’s once again found himself in the middle of a crisis.
Source: Seán O’Malley, a Pope Francis Ally, on the Catholic Church and Sex Abuse – The Atlantic
This is turning out to be “James Ishmael Ford” week at my blog. Earlier this week I posted a review of his new book, Introduction to Zen […]
Source: Remaining at the Cross: On Being a Contemplative Christian in a Church That Has Forgotten Its Mystical Heritage | Carl McColman
The Archdiocese of Los Angeles was aware of accusations against Auxiliary Bishop Alexander Salazar since 2005. However, he was only barred from public […]
Source: A Different Story When a Bishop, Not a Priest, Is Accused (LA Auxiliary) | Matthew Schneider