Category: Catholicism

  • Looking to the Eastern Church for Reform in Rome

    Looking to the Eastern Church for Reform in Rome

    In Everything Hidden Shall Be Revealed: Ridding the Church of Abuses, Adam A.J. DeVille considers possible reforms to Roman Catholicism that respect tradition while reducing abuse and increasing accountability. The book’s strength is that while it challenges many common assumptions about the Church, it does not fall into the traps of either presuming that the […]

  • 2020 Lessons Learned: From Mowing the Lawn to Celebrity Driven Christianity

    2020 Lessons Learned: From Mowing the Lawn to Celebrity Driven Christianity

    Like everyone else, this year challenged me. But, like all things in life, challenging times provide clarity. Inklings become concrete when life goes astray. Fortunately, my family and I survived and stayed healthy, but I saw so many friends and family suffer job loss, illness, and isolation. Looking back on this year, these lessons stuck […]

  • Why Busy Catholics Should Read Fratelli Tutti

    Why Busy Catholics Should Read Fratelli Tutti

    [Check out my post on Where Peter Is. Here is a sample.] I am a busy husband and dad with a demanding job, so reading a lengthy papal document is not the easiest thing to take the time to do, nor is it typically high on my list of things to do. That said, over […]