Thursday, November 28, 2019
'The Two Popes,' an imagined conversation
by Sr. Rose Pacatte
Though the new film about a series of encounters between Pope Benedict XVI and Pope Francis is largely fictional, it deals well with church history, the papacy, the mysteries of faith and communion. It also has something to say about the antagonistic level of public discourse in the U.S.
by Don Clemmer
David Newell, who got his start with Fred Rogers in the late '60s, just as "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" was beginning, spoke with NCR about the personal faith and sense of mission that animated Rogers' work and how that revealed itself in his daily life with "kindnesses," big and small.
by Bill Mitchell
Perspective: On the same day that Notre Dame students called on Mayor Pete Buttigieg and the South Bend Common Council to enact a version of the Green New Deal, former students recalled their demands from 50 years ago.
by Michele Morek
GSR Today: We are grateful for our readers, our staff and our abundance of good columnists. As a Thanksgiving gift, we have gone to our treasury of good columns and selected a few to share with you.