- Apr 2, 2020
If significant historical crises often generate new realities in the Church to respond, what new impulses might arise from the coronavirus pandemic?
There’s no sense pretending there isn’t an increasingly political edge to some Catholic conversation about the Church’s response to the coronavirus pandemic.
A new podcast, Plague, chronicles the untold stories of AIDS and the Catholic Church.
Plague is endemic in Madagascar – a large island nation in the Indian Ocean, just over 300 miles off the coast of Africa – and outbreaks happen nearly every year. This year, the plague has already spread to ten cities, including the capital, Antananarivo, and the coastal cities of Toamasina and Mahajanga.