• A peculiar Catholic education led this Jew to love Rome

    A peculiar Catholic education led this Jew to love Rome

    • Jan 1, 2017

    Crux’s associate editor and business manager Shannon Levitt, who’s Jewish, reflects on the peculiar Catholic education she’s received by being married to editor John Allen, and in particular what it’s taught her about the magic of Rome.

  • November remembrances

    November remembrances

    • Nov 15, 2015

    The month of November is a blessed time of remembrance for those who have died, marked in liturgy, in prayer and in our hearts. Here in New England, with the beauty of the autumn blaze of gold, red, and orange now fading, the season itself seems to reflect this time

  • US bishops advise dioceses how to deal with ‘Spotlight’ movie

    US bishops advise dioceses how to deal with ‘Spotlight’ movie

    • Nov 10, 2015

    Roman Catholic Church leaders in the United States have sent talking points to dioceses around the country to help them prepare for the release of the movie “Spotlight,” highlighting the progress the Church says it has made in preventing and responding to the sexual abuse of children by clergy. The

  • In ‘Spotlight,’ The Boston Globe digs up the Catholic Church’s dirt

    In ‘Spotlight,’ The Boston Globe digs up the Catholic Church’s dirt

    • Nov 6, 2015

    “The city flourishes when its great institutions work together,” says the cardinal to the newspaper editor during a friendly chat in the rectory. The city in question is Boston. The cardinal is Bernard F. Law and the editor, newly arrived at The Boston Globe from The Miami Herald, is Martin

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