I've had enough.
Author - Mark Silk
Mark Silk is Professor of Religion in Public Life at Trinity College and director of the college's Leonard E. Greenberg Center for the Study of Religion in Public Life. He is a Contributing Editor of the Religion News Service
Francis' opponents flirt with heresy.
(RNS) — Making America greater for millionaires and billionaires.
(RNS) — When you've got a church that's been around for the better part of two millennia, there's a lot of history to learn from.
Let's listen to the Jesuits.
Only up to a point.
The current Supreme Court nominee says he didn't do it. The Judeo-Christian is chary with forgiveness for those who don't repent.
(RNS) — The president's vision of America, inspired by the Sermon on the Mount, was not a mere rhetorical, or political, device. It was rooted in his own...
And his amanuensis.
Which one will prevail?
(RNS) — In the direction of accommodation, but it's hard to say how far.
Pondering the limits of linguistic deference.
(RNS) — As papal nuncio, did Viganò put a stop to the investigation of then-archbishop of St. Paul and Minneapolis, John Nienstedt, who had been credibly...
Serving God and mammon is hard to do.
(RNS) — It will help create the culture of preventing abuse that Pope Francis says he wants.