Ten Commandments for Church Reform: Memoir of a Catholic Priest John Wijngaards, Acadian House, September 2021 Dr John Wijngaards, an 86 year Catholic priest and renowned theologian, is launching his…
Sarah Mac Donald writes in NCR about the experience of Gerry Moloney at the hands of the CDF.
“You are tried, found guilty and sentenced, before you even know you were on trial. And yet the gospel tells us that people will ‘know we are Christians by our love.’ “
Seamus Ahearne gives his thoughts on the reality we are now face with. “A new Religion may be taking shape just now. It is forced on us. Communion is expressed by keeping distance.”
Artificial Intelligence and Medicine Seán McDonagh In 2020, with every country in the world attempting to fight against Covid-19, researchers are using artificial intelligence (AI) to understand the coronavirus more…
An interesting article in America Magazine.
We may not have too many students for the priesthood but what would be an equivalent experience in Ireland?
Chris McDonnell, writing in the Catholic Times, and thinking of different walls through history reminds us that “The simple yet profound injunction of Jesus that we should ‘love God and our neighbor as ourselves’, is too easily forgotten.” We should he says “Pause awhile and tear down those walls.”