Faith and Justice: "Steps have to be taken in order to allow people to get to know one another and to create harmony."
Faith and Justice
Faith and Justice: In only two years, Pope Francis has changed the face of Catholicism by radically reimagining how it presents itself to the world.
Faith and Justice: It may be time to recognize Iraq as the failed state it is. No military solution will work that does not respect the Iraqis' legitimate aspirations for autonomy.
Faith and Justice: At the pace the Vatican is moving, Pope Francis will be dead before real reform hits the Curia.
Faith and Justice: A Louisiana court case has raised several issues in regards to whether or not a priest can reveal the content of a confession in court.
Faith and Justice: A martyr is someone killed because of hatred of the faith. The problem with this approach is a martyr depends on the motivation of the killer, not the victim.
Faith and Justice: One of the issues that Washington pundits think the president and the Republican Congress might work together on is tax reform. Good luck.
Faith and Justice: The mystery of evil is beyond my comprehension. I have concluded that Jesus came not to explain suffering but to weep and suffer with us.
Faith and Justice: There is no room in the church for passive observers; we are all called to be the body of Christ active in our world today.
Faith and Justice: Pope Francis has shown how revolutionary he can be by upsetting the unwritten rules that guided clerical careerists.