- Dec 5, 2019
The Sioux tribe has been joined by other indigenous people and hundreds of supporters at a camp near a proposed $3.8 billion pipeline route for months, arguing it endangers their reservation’s water supply and infringes on sacred tribal grounds. Recently, they were joined by the Sisters of Mercy.
Back in 2002, at the peak of the sexual abuse crisis in the American church, then-Bishop Wilton Gregory of Belleville, Ill., at the time the president of the US bishops’ conference, was in Rome. Every journalist on the planet wanted an interview, and my friend Jim Bittermann from CNN was