- Dec 3, 2020
The approval decades ago of a Zairean rite of the Roman Missal demonstrated that it is possible also to develop a rite for the Amazon region, Pope Francis said in a preface to a new book.
Cardinal George Pell, who was convicted and then acquitted of sexual abuse in his native Australia, reflects on the nature of suffering, Pope Francis’s papacy and the humiliations of solitary confinement in his jailhouse memoir.
Bishop Fintan Monahan, he heads the Diocese of Killaloe in Ireland, was introduced to the writings of Thomas Merton in seminary and said the mid-20th century monk appealed to him due to his “contemporary flavor.”
Celia Deane-Drummond is the director of the Laudato Si’ Research Institute at Campion Hall at Oxford University. Her latest book is ‘Theological Ethics through a Multispecies Lens.’
The Daughters of Charity were a centralized and hierarchical order, under the authority of an elected superior general. This new model gave a strong unity to the sisters trained and used to act in the same way.
O. Carter Snead argues all law and policy is made for the sake and protection of persons. As such, at the foundation of every law is an animating premise about human identity and flourishing — an “anthropology,” in the basic and original sense of the term.