Last month, near mid-December in the middle of my work day, I ran to daily Mass. It wasn't for exercise, and it wasn't because I was a few minutes late - although I was, as I frequently am. And it wasn't because the desert sky was pouring rain and I had no umbrella, although it… Continue reading Running to Mass in the rain
Pope Francis is not the first pope to speak of the Church's preferential option for the poor. Neither is he the first to criticize unbridled capitalism or critique harshly the belief in trickle-down economics. But his actions toward the poor and disenfranchised make Church teaching about the least of these much, much harder to ignore.… Continue reading Who is in your stable?