October 29, 2007
Five years ago, the scandal of sexual abuse of children by members of the clergy shook the Catholic Church in Boston and spread to other Catholic centers in the United States. In the interim much has been said and written: accusations and counteraccusations, expressions of outrage, prolonged litigat
Recent court rulings have undermined the church's promise of confidentiality.
Saints are tests of our willingness to be thoroughly converted.
Happiness Is a Warm Puppy I agree with Patricia Kossmanns Of Many Things column (10/1). When my mom and I both found ourselves widows, we moved in together and adopted a shelter dog. It was one of the best decisions we ever made. It had been half a century since wed had a dog, but Abby, an Australia
It was both upsetting and perplexing to learn that Amnesty International has decided to support a right to abortion as part of its worldwide campaign to stop violence against women. How can an organization dedicated to the protection of human rights oppose the right to life of unborn children? The V
Its in the Mail E-mail is a wonderful thing. Quick and easy to use, its an economical, paperless way to communicate with friends, family and colleagues. Who today would choose snail mail over the efficiency and speed of a T-1 line? E-mail is a terrible thing. Far too quick and easy to use, it can ea