It would get around priests being mandatory reporters of sexual abuse in the confessional.
How can we be the Church together?
In this moment of the Annunciation, Mary is able to say something about who she IS, in order to step forward into who she will BECOME.
Today, living in the midst of ever-increasing environmental degradation and on a planet now clearly in peril, I have been pondering what one contemporary theologian has called God’s “deep incarnation.”
Dr. Mary Hinton reflects on the Gospel for the Fourth Sunday of Lent (March 31, 2019). Roman/RCL: Luke 4: 21-30
How to preach in the contemporary Roman Catholic context the complex story of a multiply divorced and remarried woman? How proclaim a word enabling two young men to be a sign of conversion for us all?
The story of the life they lived handed on to me at table taught me the real meaning of the fast: to reject evil, as Jesus did when the Holy Spirit led him into the desert, and as they did.
“Anyone who takes the preaching ministry seriously [should read this].”