- Dec 8, 2019
"Christian flesh is different: it's participant in – a proper part of – Jesus' flesh," says theologian Paul Griffiths.
The author of a new Manhattan Institute study, Kathleen Porter-Magee, raises the possibility that a commitment to treating “every student as having equal worth before God” may be the “secret sauce” of Catholic schools.
In a move cheered by Vatican City’s non-smokers, the world’s smallest country has applied its smoking ban to electronic cigarettes.
Peruvian journalist Paola Ugaz, who’s been embroiled in a web of legal battles over the past 18 months linked to her reporting on a controversial Catholic lay movement, has been served yet another legal notice accusing her of criminal defamation against a man with ties to the organization.
Perhaps we can’t judge the impact of Pope Francis on politics by the usual measures, because, befitting his Argentinian populist outlook, he’s more interested in horizontal rather than vertical change.