Synod on the FamilyLuke Hansen, S.J.October 23, 2015
Archbishop Paul-André Durocher of Gatineau, Canada, told America in an interview that violence against women is a “whole social phenomenon we’re still not dealing with adequately."
DispatchesLuke Hansen, S.J.October 20, 2015
“The real work of this synod happens in the small group discussions,” and the Holy Spirit has been alive in those discussions, Bishop Murry told America in an interview.
In All ThingsLuke Hansen, S.J.September 18, 2015
In the interview with America, Bishop Francis Quinn said, “I personally think the Spirit is calling [women] to be deacons and priests, but the Spirit hasn’t done it clearly enough to convince the teaching church.”
Synod on the FamilyLuke Hansen, S.J.February 04, 2015
Cardinal Reinhard Marx, archbishop of the Diocese of Munich and Freising, is head of the German bishops’ conference, a member of the Council of Cardinals that advises Pope Francis on church governance, coordinator of the Vatican’s Council for the Economy and author of Das Kapital: A Plea
Cardinal Marx on Francis, the Synod, Women in the Church and Gay Relationships: An exclusive interview with the president of the German bishop's conference and papal adviserLuke Hansen, S.J.January 22, 2015
Cardinal Reinhard Marx, archbishop of Munich and Freising, is head of the German bishops’ conference, a member of the Council of Cardinals that advises Pope Francis on church governance, coordinator of the Vatican’s Council for the Economy and author of Das Kapital: A Plea for Man (
In All ThingsLuke Hansen, S.J.January 18, 2015
An increasingly influential German cardinal spoke to a packed auditorium at Stanford University on Jan 15 about the challenge of organizing a free and open society that is linked with the common good ldquo It is important for the church to be in the great questions of social justice rdquo said C
FaithLuke Hansen, S.J.October 29, 2014
In Arcatao, El Salvador, a small town nestled amid stunning mountain vistas near the Honduran border, the Historical Memory Committee is charged with preserving the memory of the civil war that left more than 75,000 dead—and thousands more “disappeared”—between 1980 and 1992.
Luke Hansen, S.J.May 08, 2014
An insider’s view of the detainees in Guantánamo Bay
Luke Hansen, S.J.May 06, 2014
Cmdr. Walter Ruiz of the U.S. Navy serves as legal counsel to Mustafa Ahmed al-Hawsawi, 45, a defendant in the military commissions at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, for his alleged role in the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. The charges against Mr. al-Hawsawi, a citizen of Saudi Arabia, include conspiracy to co