Understanding the Apostle Paul
Fr. Patrick Henry Reardon, Preachers Institute
God seems to have chosen the Apostle Paul to demonstrate—arguably more than any other person in Christian history—how the life “in Christ” arrives at insight through experience.
Bishops seek immigration reform during border trip
Less than a week after President Barack Obama discussed immigration reform in a meeting with Pope Francis, a delegation of Roman Catholic leaders is visiting the U.S-Mexico border Tuesday to raise awareness about the plight of immigrants and to pray for policy changes.
No-frills canonization for Popes JPII, John XXIII
The low-frills style of Pope Francis is having an effect on the upcoming canonizations of Popes John Paul II and John XXIII.
Selective News Coverage of Islamic Violence
William Kilpatrick, Crisis Magazine
According to Reporters Without Borders, the U.S. has dropped to 46th place in press freedom. The lowered ranking was based on the conviction of the WikiLeaks informant, the effort to punish NSA leaker Edward Snowden, and the Justice Department’s monitoring of reporters.