Month: June 2016

Healing a Divided World: Dialogue Moved by Mercy

The latest atrocity in Orlando is a stark reminder we have yet to find a way to get a grip on our divided nation across a number of fault lines that are both religious and cultural. We struggle to find a way to act together, not only to mitigate...

The Vatican’s and China’s Evolving Relationship

Recently, Victor Getan, Senior International correspondent for the National Catholic Register, published an interesting article for the ┬áCouncil on Foreign Relations, called, The Pope and the Politbro: The Vatican’s Chinese Diplomacy. With the extraordinary importance of the changing climate in China for the Church, we offer a synopsis, citing...
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