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.
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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.
The creation of new cardinals may determine whether the papacy of Pope Francis is a flash in the pan or a turning point in history.