Posts Tagged ‘Fr Joseph Fessio SJ’
The Pope’s remarks on the abuse crisis on the way to Portugal have prompted comment from, among others, John Allen, Ruth Gledhill, Rod Dreher, the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests and Kevin Clarke.
Bishop Bernard Fellay, superior general of the SSPX, says the Pope sincerely desires to reach a canonical solution with the Society.
The Brazilian bishops are preparing to issue new guidelines to combat clerical abuse.
The Vatican City State has announced a major upgrade to its communications infrastructure.
Fr Joseph Fessio SJ takes issue with the Tablet’s recent report on Cardinal Christoph Schönborn’s criticisms of Cardinal Angelo Sodano.
Joseph Bottum of First Things issues a blunt call for Cardinal Sodano’s resignation.
And Paul Cat presents flow chart guide to the concept of mortal sin.
The Vatican confirmed yesterday that Fr Jerzy Popiełuszko, the Solidarity priest and martyr, will be beatified on June 6 in Marshal J Pilsudski Square in Warsaw.
Mexico City churches have reported a surge in Mass-goers during Holy Week.
Ross Douthat goes another round with Christopher Hitchens over the Pope and the abuse scandal.
Fr Joseph Fessio SJ defends the future Pope’s handling of the Kiesle case (video).
Thinking Faith salutes Robert Parsons, “the exemplar of the sinister Jesuit of popular imagination”, who died 400 years ago today.
Rod Dreher wonders if our minds are hard-wired for God.
Rob Vischer asks why senior Church officials are so gaffe-prone.
Andrew Sullivan suggests that new Catholic churches should look like Apple stores.
Catholic blogger Mark Shea wonders if the internet is making our manners coarser.