- Crux Staff
- Dec 31, 2019
Our annual look at what we’re reading in our (increasingly limited) down time.
Auxiliary Bishop Robert Barron of Los Angeles is pleading with Catholics not to walk away over the clerical sexual abuse crisis, but to stay and fight.
Dawn Eden Goldstein overcame the “spiritually isolating” effects of childhood sexual abuse via the communion of saints, as she recounts in her unusual memoir “My Peace I Give You: Healing Sexual Wounds With the Help of the Saints.”
A round-up of what the Crux team has been reading in 2018.
A “dark night of the soul” leads a successful entrepeneur to abandon his business and live with Trappist Monks to discover the meaning of life.
A catechist writes a vampire novel with Dominicans as the heroic vampire slayers.
The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority was within its rights to ban the Archdiocese of Washington’s religious-themed advertisements, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit ruled Tuesday.
A new book about ‘fake news’ and Pope Francis is highlighted.