The Crux of things

Everyone has their own habits as regards the consumption of news. I often scour CNN, the NY Times, CBS and Fox News – a way of seeing what is being said about the topic of the day – or even one network is even covering something. It is all revealing.

Once I week I check on Crux News, “Taking the Catholic Pulse.” Crux was founded by the Boston Globe, but is now independently owned. It dedicated focus concerns Catholicism in the United States Crux features deep coverage of the Holy See by the long-time Vatican watcher and reporter John L. Allen Jr. – a “go-to” interview by the national networks when things Catholic are headline news. Crux also employs Inés San Martín, as Rome Bureau Chief. San Martin is also a veteran of Vatican and European Catholic reporting.

This week’s article by Allen is interesting and worth the read. It is a reminder the American Catholic view is just one view in global, culturally diverse Catholic Church of more than 1.3 billion members: “Each Catholic culture brews a controversy made to order”  Take a moment and have a read.

1 thought on “The Crux of things

  1. I’m not sure that the Bishop attacking Biden directly is helpful, but I would suggest that the Abortion Industry in the USA is more profitable and makes abortion more available than in Germany or Italy. It’s unfortunate that life – conception through death – is political to Catholics. I feel that we will all be judged by our Creator on our action/inaction on abortion, capital punishment, poverty, and other “Life” issues. I guess I won’t know until I (hopefully) get there.

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