This week on "Inside the Vatican," the hosts discuss how the Vatican is looking both to provide for people’s spiritual needs and to ensure justice for those on the margins of society as the coronavirus pandemic rages on.
The coronavirus pandemic is inspiring works of wonder, writes Nathan Schneider, but will volunteers and activists have the energy to keep going after the worst has passed?
Wealthy philanthropists are not enemies of democracy, writes Joseph J. Dunn. They can identify and respond to problems long before government can act.
Noted philosopher and gender theorist Judith Butler discusses nonviolence, grievability and "radical equality" in her book "The Force of Nonviolence: An Ethico-Political Bind."
Pope Francis understands that what is at stake is not just a matter of calling for more ethical behavior by leaders in the system, but an actual reform of the system and how it works.