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Thursday, April 12, 2018

Baseball as a road to God

Francis admits 'serious mistakes' in handling of Chile abuse cases
National Catholic Reporter: Pope Francis has admitted making "serious mistakes" in his handling of clergy sexual abuse cases in Chile, telling the country's bishops in a lengthy letter that he feels "pain and shame" for the "crucified lives" of those who suffered abuse.

Jimmy Carter on faith, Trump, and his undying optimism
PRI: Former US President Jimmy Carter says there's an erosion of faith happening all around him. It's one of the main topics in his new book, "Faith: A Journey for All."

'Doubting Thomas' story is about gratitude, not doubt
Religion News Service: The "Doubting Thomas" story is about Jesus showing up -- yet again -- at the dinner table to cast out fear and transform us into a people of gratitude, Diana Butler Bass says.

5 do's and 5 don'ts for using your church building well
The Christian Century: A physical space can be at the vital center of ministry -- if you don't make it an idol.

Baseball as a road to God: Conversation with author John Sexton
National Catholic Reporter: An interview with John Sexton, the former president of New York University and an enormously devoted baseball fan.

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