TCC Profiles: Regis High School Teacher John L. Connelly

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Regis Catholic High School NYC

“If it’s a sign of our fallenness that we get the politicians we deserve, it’s surely a sign of grace that we get the teachers we don’t. For the last 52 years, the boys at Regis High School have been graced to have John L. Connelly as their teacher.” Read the rest of The Catholic Catalogue Profile, “Rum, Romanism, and Rebellion” by Professor Scott D. Moringello after the jump:

Challenge Us, Pope Francis

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Pope mural

“Papal rhetoric, is equal opportunity when it comes to discomfort. What if we were all to listen?”

John Cavadini, professor of theology at Notre Dame and director of The Institute for Church Life writes in The New York Post about Pope Francis’s visit to AmericaChallenge Us, Pope Francis

TCC Radio: Pope Francis Wraps Up Trip To Mexico in Juarez

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Pope embraced by prisoner
The Pope’s last stop in Mexico was the city of Juarez where he met with prisoners and said Mass at the border, speaking about the plight of migrants. John Allen writes: Pope Winds Up Trip in Mexico, The Big Picture. And: The Pope At the Border, A Prayer for Migrants. Also: Pope Tells Inmates: No One is Beyond God’s Mercy. See photos and highlights from Pope Francis’ time in Mexico and listen to the story from NPR after the jump: