NCR Today: Crucial moment for Francis to undo wrongs; insurance company files suit against diocese; Australian commission releases report on sex abuse cases
Fascinating information is emerging from the new Pew Research survey on the religious beliefs and practices of Latinos in the United States.
Financial Times has a short interview of a Benedictine monk who explains that a calmer mind makes for a better leader.
NCR Today: Pope Francis leads a faith rally, N.Y. Catholic teacher also works as tattoo artist, 19 alleged victims of sexual abuse by priest file criminal complaint
Film Review: “The Camino is pure medicine. It heals many hurts of the heart and the soul. Contact with nature does much good. When we are in harmony with nature and others, we feel better.”
Faith leaders came together on a conference call on May 29 to discuss the urgent need to expand Medicaid in the United States, in order to prevent thousands of unnecessary deaths.
I continue to be amazed at the standoff between the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF) and the Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR).
NCR Today: Clergy abuse victims should meet with Francis; bishops pushing Congress on immigration reform; execution date set for Oklahoma inmate
Sister Gloria writes from the La Puya resistance community at El Tambor mine near Guatemala City:
Sunday at two p.m. the Eucharist was concelebrated by 8 priests from different religious congregations, with the presence of many religious. It was an encouraging moment for the people who had a space to share what they had lived on Friday. Their courage is admirable because they are continuing their resistance. You can imagine what it was like being surrounded by the police.
The Vatican confirmed Thursday that Pope Francis will be hosting a prayer summit June 8 at the Vatican along with the presidents of Israel and Palestine.