- Oct 30, 2020
United States Catholic bishops try to find the right balance in a nation divided after the presidential election. Like many they attempt to understand what to expect from the president-elect and to find the best way to carry out the teachings of the Church in Trump’s America.
Serra challenged men of power, both civil and military. What is clear is that he struggled with them over a single goal, to spread the gospel.
Mark Zimmermann, editor of the Catholic Standard, shares the story of how he reconnected with Sister Kathleen Donovan, his fourth grade teacher, reminding us how Thanksgiving offers an opportunity to give thanks to the elderly religious men and women who have shaped our lives.
White Mass in Washington, D.C. celebrates disabilities by praying for those with special needs, those who care for them and parents who receive a prenatal diagnosis of disability.
The Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis on Tuesday filed an updated bankruptcy plan that more than doubles the amount of money set aside for victims of clerical sexual abuse. In a statement, the archdiocese said the new plan raises the proposed trust fund for claimants from $65 million to more than $130 million.
For a block of months four years ago, I co-hosted a radio show with Steve Bannon, and I’m grateful. We had a fun quick run at talking about some more enduring questions than political campaigns and got to love and appreciate one another’s talents and quirks. We’re only human, people.