Art: Adolfo Pérez Esquivel's "Stations of the Cross" paintings espouse Jesus' program of liberation in their images of oppression in Latin America, showing us how to bridge the gap between Jesus' era and our own.
What to do when a global pandemic turns the world upside down? "Open a Catholic Worker house" may not be the first answer for most of us. But for three groups in Iowa, Kansas and Wisconsin, it was the perfect time.
It has been 40 years since Archbishop Óscar Romero and the four churchwomen were killed in El Salvador. Later, in 1989, six Jesuits, and a housekeeper and her daughter were killed. My thoughts come from Isaiah on the kind of fast that our God wants.