There was an election in Mexico

An op-ed at Worldcrunch outlines the reason many consider Mexico a failed state (emphasis added): Paradoxically, while the political class could meet some of the people's demands on education, transport or health care, it would find it practically impossible to eliminate corruption, which is the oxygen of its activity. Meanwhile, the pressure that's being exerted, … Continue reading There was an election in Mexico

Cardinal Robert Sarah and a Comfortable Silence

Via Southern Orders I discovered a rather interesting letter sent to Sacra Liturgia 2015 a four-day catholic conference in NYC that was received from Cardinal Robert Sarah of Guinea who last November Pope Francis appointed head of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments. In his letter (PDF HERE) he specifically states what Pope Francis … Continue reading Cardinal Robert Sarah and a Comfortable Silence