A fascinating explanation of how to launder liturgical linens.
We as a nation are rapidly dispensing with forgiveness. In its stead, we favor resentment, vengeance, and even hatred. This cultivation of animosity is a thoroughly un-American trait, and one that seriously threatens the Christian foundations of our republic.
Mary Rice Hasson and Dr. Edward Peters discuss the role of women, and the Very Rev. Jay Scott Newman gives a homily on the problem of Bishop Kräutler, who is proud of the fact that in all his years as a missionary bishop in Amazonia he has never baptized an indigenous person.
As a rule, I hold that removing objects from private property is not an act of good order. But then, neither is setting up idols in Catholic churches an act of good order.