Lightning rod Harvard professor Adrian Vermeule proposes a more substantive solidarity.
All posts by Taylor Fulkerson, SJ
Taylor Fulkerson, SJ lives in Lima, Peru, where he studies Latin American history at the university the locals call “the Catholic one” (PUCP). Before entering the Jesuits, he graduated with a degree in philosophy from Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio.
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Pope Francis Says It’s Time for a More Amazonian Church, but That Doesn’t Mean Married Priests or Women Deacons
The Holy Father discerned that the Holy Spirit was not calling him to weigh in on the two controversial proposals.
The Amazon Synod: Laudato si’ in Action
At the heart of the Pan-Amazonian Synod is the integral ecological vision of Pope Francis.
Would They Really Ordain Married Men?
Some Context on the Coming Pan-Amazonian Synod
Will Pope Francis Save Venezuela?
Where the Vatican Stands in the Venezuela Standoff
The Nicaraguan Church, Eight Months Later
“Pieces for a Portrait” of Solidarity
Una historia breve de la canonización de Romero
Lo sucio de la santidad
A Brief History of Romero’s Canonization
The Dirty Business of Romero’s Sanctity
UPDATE: The Murder of Father Carlos
Jesuits Respond to Danger