How the theater helps us to survive, and to challenge, politics
"The problem that we have today, not only in society but also in the church, is that we've become too polarized," Cardinal Kevin Farrell, an Irish-born prelate who was bishop of Dallas before taking over a Vatican department on family life earlier this year, told America.
Pope Francis: "If you do not listen to people, how can you preach?”
The church is not a prop for one’s ego, a soapbox for ideas or a suit of armor protecting a sad life, Pope Francis said in an interview published in the Nov. 18 edition of Avvenire, an Italian Catholic newspaper.
On the campaign trail, the president-elect put Syrian refugees “on notice.”