In the news this week....
"Nearly nine-tenths of nonordained people who administer U.S. Catholic parishes are women, said a report published by the Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate" (CNS
A parish I attended recently introduced its parish administrator to the pulpit as the 'pastorette.' Shhhhhhh! This isn't a problem.
"A coroner in Colorado has ruled that hospital removed vital organs from a donor before he died, and therefore his death was a homicide" (CWN
Shhhh! This never happens. Never. This was the only time. This isn't a problem.
Thomas Madden dispels all your myths about the Crusades and tells what they were really like: Part 1
, Part 2
Catechism on Church Social Teachings due out next week (CNS