Cardinal Donald Wuerl of the Washington Archdiocese provides an bold plan to implement Pope Francis’ teachings on household life described in the papal doc Amoris Laetitia. He’s despatched steering to the 139 parishes in the archdiocese, comprising Washington, D.C., and its adjoining Maryland suburbs.
A creative Stations of the Cross is a spotlight of this 12 months’s Lenten season in New York. The Stations are positioned round the island of Manhattan, from the Cloisters Art Museum in Upper Manhattan to the 9/11 Memorial downtown. The work has been curated by Dr. Catrina Lang of Epiphany Church in Washington, D.C., and Dr. Aaron Rosen, professor of non secular research and director of worldwide and cultural initiatives at Rocky Mountain University. The exhibit beforehand was proven in Washington and London and subsequent 12 months will go to Amsterdam.
[Peter Feuerherd is a correspondent for NCR’s Field Hospital series on parish life and is a professor of journalism at St. John’s University, New York.]
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