With November 1 just around the corner, I’ve spent the past few days preparing a post on the communion of Saints. But, as with many of this week’s best-laid plans, recent weather events forced me […]
Tag: Catholic Social Teaching
“An injury to one is the concern of all” Re-Considering Labor Day
As we celebrate Labor Day weekend, it is so easy to forget the real reason for this holiday and the workers that stand behind it. In fact, the reason for this national celebration has almost […]
What Should Cardinal Dolan Pray For?
Tomorrow night, New York’s Timothy Cardinal Dolan will offer the closing benediction for the Republican Party’s 2012 convention. When it was announced last week that he would do so, there was much concern among both […]
Confronting our culture of violence
The horrific shootings at a movie theater outside Denver is shocking. As a nation, we again join in prayer for the victims of this seemingly senseless act of terror. The event again raises significant questions […]
Sitting down to lunch at work last week, I picked up the faculty copy of the New York Times to find an intriguing front page article regarding the “law,” “contraception,” and “Catholic campuses”. The key […]
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