Our Lenten Journey: "Silence" takes us on a journey we would most likely not take on our own. We are left with a sense of mystery and questions about the choices the characters make, their doubt and faith.
March 24-April 6, 2017
Colleges and Universities preview: For the past 15 years, St. John’s has been named by U.S. News and World Report as one of the top schools for campus ethnic diversity.
Colleges and Universities preview: The program is exploring the boundaries for people with autism spectrum disorder, an ever-widening designation for serious neurodevelopmental disorders.
Colleges and Universities preview: "I can’t explain why a $30,000 sticker price makes sense for an institution which said that it wants to create access to serve the poor."
Book Review: For those who know the martyr mostly by name and reputation, the 250 pages are a primer on the man and his ministry.
The death penalty is still being widely debated both at the state level and in the Supreme Court. Ongoing arguments involve execution dates and execution drugs.
Soul Seeing: I have taken it upon myself to declare three new saints (sans money, miracles, and a lengthy process). They all reside in the land of fiction.
We say: Health care is a fundamental human right — Pope Francis and Pope Benedict XVI used those very words — alongside water, food and education.
Trump administration: Catholics especially have been outspoken in opposition to Trump’s executive orders and policies on immigration and refugees.
Catholics must "condemn unequivocally" anti-Muslim prejudice in the United States, San Diego Bishop Robert McElroy told a national meeting of Muslims and Catholics March 8.