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September 24, 6:45 pm
By Ben Rothman
Pope Francis orders German cardinal whose handling of abuse created a ‘crisis of trust’ to take a sabbatical
Cardinal Rainer Maria Woelki of Cologne will take a “spiritual sabbatical” after a Vatican investigation found he did nothing illegal in his handling of clerical sex abuse allegations, but he did contribute to a “crisis of trust” in his archdiocese.
In many countries, hundreds or thousands of cases of clerical sexual abuse have made the need for conversion in the church painfully obvious.
Facebook wants to make ‘Instagram for kids’. Christian parents should keep their kids far, far away from it.
The real promise of “digital discipleship” should not prevent Christians from engaging in honest conversations about the harms of technology, especially to children.
August 2, 2021
VIDEO: Why no one can win the Communion wars
June 21, 2021
VIDEO: Meet the woman who runs her Catholic parish
March 1, 2021
VIDEO: What is Prayer?
February 5, 2021
Gerard O’Connell, Colleen Dulle
Mandolinist and singer-songwriter Chris Thile writes psalms for those who struggle to believe — or belong
In “Laysongs,” mandolinist Chris Thile lays theatrics and sea captains aside and sings simply and honestly about his struggle to believe.
By Elyse Durham
Musicals are not merely a passion of mine—they were often my most profound experiences of prayer.
Social justice scandals play out in Netflix's newest hit "The Chair", echoing college campuses across the country. The show's empathy is remarkable, but as a recent graduate, some scenes hit too close to home.