- Jul 11, 2020
Michael J. Baxter teaches Religious Studies and is Director of Catholic Studies at Regis University in Denver. He spoke to Crux about apocalyptic scenarios and the COVID-19 pandemic.
Travel writer and Seattle native Tiffany Parks has lived in Rome for nearly two decades, and has written a young adult mystery novel about one of the hidden masterpieces in Rome, the Fontana delle Tartarughe [Turtle fountain] in the city’s Jewish Ghetto.
“We’re under a lot of pressure in the contemporary world, we Christians and Catholics, and it’s critical to find the right position for our backbone,” said the founder of a new institute devoted to John Paul II and Culture. “John Paul II shows us how to be in such a position.”
A proposal for an independent religious freedom commission in Sudan is receiving support from international religious rights groups.
Africa will have to “do more with less” if there is a serious outbreak of COVID-19, according to one Catholic charity active on the continent.
An interview with Julie Hanlon Rubio and Jason King on marriage, families, and sex.