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Editorial: In his human 'evolution,' Romero is a saint for our time

The saintly designation tends to obscure the saint's ordinary flesh-and-blood reality. It is a tendency to resist at all costs when commemorating the 40th anniversary of the assassination of St. Óscar Romero.

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Editorial: May the lesson be indelibly inscribed — we need one another

The coronavirus threat has stopped us in our tracks and is forcing fundamental questions about who we are and what we will become, about what our communities of faith mean in a time of lockdown and quarantine.

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Editorial: How do women convince a male clerical culture to change?

The reality, easily observable, is that most of the service in the church, especially in the form of ministry and teaching, is done by women. The power to decide resides almost exclusively with ordained men.

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Editorial: Coronavirus, uncertainty and the unseen put world on hold

We say: March 2020 may go down as the month that turned our world on its head, or at least made us think more about the precariousness of the ordinary and the power of the unseen.

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