Tag Archives: Catholic Church

Fr. Richard’s statement on the new revelations of priestly abuse and coverup

In solidarity with victims of the Catholic priestly abuse and cover-up, Fr. Richard speaks to the demands of such a moral catastrophe. Read his statement and listen to his homily where he addressed the issue from the pulpit. This moral catastrophe first of all demands public and sincere lamentation from every segment of the Body… Continue Reading Fr. Richard’s statement on the new revelations of priestly abuse and coverup

Leadership Spotlight: Interview with LaVera Crawley

Leadership Spotlight: Interview with LaVera Crawley CAC Board Chair and Living School alumna, LaVera Crawley (’15), recently took some time to talk with Mark Longhurst (’15) about her life; vocation; work on the CAC Board; an important Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion process that the CAC is undertaking; and more. This interview kicks off an ongoing… Continue Reading Leadership Spotlight: Interview with LaVera Crawley

In Need of Mercy

Bias from the Bottom: Week 2 In Need of Mercy Thursday, March 31, 2016 Why does the Bible, and why does Jesus, tell us to care for the poor and the outsider? Is it first of all because people need help? Maybe, but I believe it has a much deeper genius. We are the ones… Continue Reading In Need of Mercy

The Perennial Tradition

The Wisdom Tradition The Perennial Tradition Sunday, January 4, 2015 The “perennial philosophy” or “perennial tradition” recognizes that there are some constant themes, truths, and recurrences in all of the world religions. Unfortunately, many religions have emphasized differences and claimed their particular brand is better than others. But there have been threads of the perennial… Continue Reading The Perennial Tradition

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