Having recently published a book on the idea of a Catholic university [see review, page 24], I was asked by the Chicago Tribune what role Catholic universities and colleges should play in the sex-abuse crisis enveloping the American church. The answer: "They should discuss all those things that the pope thinks are undiscussable." Whatever sense prohibition against discussion may have for ecclesiastical piety and politics, it makes no...
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