If there is one constant in the era of change heralded by the ministry of Pope Francis it is the implacable opposition of the pope’s conservative foes. Hence the justifiable, and immensely useful, focus of Christopher Lamb’s aptly-titled new book, “The Outsider: Pope Francis and His Battle to Reform the Church.” Lamb is the Rome…

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At Fordham’s Center on Religion and Culture, of course, we have had to cancel our slate of in-person gatherings scheduled for the Spring, so, like many other organizations, we are trying to provide more online content. This blog is one example and something we’ve been meaning to launch for a while. No time like the…

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Timing is everything, and it’s one of those clichés that journalists should always avoid. Except when we can’t. My recent visit to the Roman Catholic Diocese of Buffalo to take part in a conference at the diocesean Christ the King Seminary qualifies as an exception to the rule, I think.

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Welcome to Sapientia! This is the blog of Fordham University’s Center on Religion and Culture. Since its founding in 2004, the CRC has welcomed the public to enjoy conversations with artists, journalists, scholars, writers, and faith leaders on the wide range of issues that arise at the intersection of faith and culture.

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