Archive: M. Cathleen Kaveny
Catholic bishops and pro-choice and gay rights activists won't win minds and hearts of ordinary Americans holding food, shelter and medical care hostage to moral principle.
By M. Cathleen Kaveny | December 1, 2009; 04:43 PM ET | Comments (9)
The increased prominence of women in public life and in church life in Western Christianity is due, in part, to women who rose to that task in the conviction that they were being true to God's call to them.
By M. Cathleen Kaveny | October 24, 2008; 04:16 PM ET | Comments (10)
If we really believe that the Eucharist is the real presence of Christ, we cannot rule out the possibility that Christ himself was reaching out to grieving people like Sally Quinn at Tim Russert’s funeral mass, and that she responded to his invitation.
By M. Cathleen Kaveny | July 10, 2008; 09:56 AM ET | Comments (28)
Dante might say that we have two distinct set of challenges in the mortgage crisis and the oil crisis. We have people tempted to be spendthrifts, to buy a bigger house, to buy a bigger car, than they can afford. We have people tempted to be misers--or money lenders and oil tycoons willing to do anything to put more money in their accounts.
By M. Cathleen Kaveny | May 29, 2008; 11:11 AM ET | Comments (11)