COMMENTARY: The ideal remedy for trust abused is trust restored. But if trust has been abused for too long and too grievously, the more likely remedy is trust abolished.
Results from Tag: 'father raymond j. de souza'
COMMENTARY: Reflecting on the example of the new beatus can stretch the expectations and broaden the horizons of contemporary U.S. Catholics.
COMMENTARY: The 38-year-old Knights of Columbus founder, who will be beatified Oct. 31, is recognized for starting the fraternal organization, but it was in his dedication to his parochial mission where his heroic holiness was lived.
COMMENTARY: The story of abortion law in the United States for the last 40 years is very much a story about Catholics in public life.
COMMENTARY: Catholics in the U.S. will pay most attention to the elevation of Archbishop Wilton Gregory of Washington, D.C., whose appointment is a sign that some power centers matter more than others.
COMMENTARY: There is less in the Holy Father’s comments than meets the eye, but it remains a significant statement, and what exactly it means remains unclear.
COMMENTARY: Two new beati, both Italians, have much to teach us.
COMMENTARY: As Cardinal Pell arrives in Rome this week after three years in Australia, a look at the counterpoint between the cardinal’s return and Cardinal Becciu’s fall.
COMMENTARY: Blessed Pius IX inaugurated a new era for the Church by dissolving the Papal States.