NCR Today: The question of women priests has been decided infallibly by competent church authority. I contend that that argument is dead wrong. Even a quick review of the facts reveals its flaws.
NCR Today: Given today's job market, you would think job openings in the church would attract deluges of resumes from recent college grads. You would be wrong.
Global Sisters Report: The month-long FIFA World Cup soccer championship is right around the corner. Sisters have joined protests, concerned about poverty that encourages trafficking of workers and sexual exploitation during these world sports events.
I thought this press release might interest NCR readers:
Massive Online Open Seminar on Women Deacons June 9-July 8, 2014
Film Review: Although not an anti-war film, "Korengal" belongs in the intelligent and moving category of films that reveal the banality of war, in particular wars of choice.
NCR Today: Parish closings; Novak and Rodriguez have different takes on pope's economics; Vietnam and the Chinese oil rig.
The superior of the church mission of Afghanistan (sui iuris) has appealed for "silent prayer" for the resolution of yesterday's kidnapping of the priest who heads Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) in the country.
NCR Today: Crucial moment for Francis to undo wrongs; insurance company files suit against diocese; Australian commission releases report on sex abuse cases
Fascinating information is emerging from the new Pew Research survey on the religious beliefs and practices of Latinos in the United States.
Financial Times has a short interview of a Benedictine monk who explains that a calmer mind makes for a better leader.