This month Crisis turns 40. Founded by Ralph McInerny and Michael Novak, the journal was initially called Catholicism in Crisis (subtitled “A Journal of Lay Catholic Opinion”) and the first issue was published in November 1982, in the midst of the Cold War and before the rise of the internet. Much as today, the early … Read more
Roe v. Wade might be overturned, controversy surrounds Bishop Barron’s Word on Fire ministry, and the Pfizer Covid vaccine isn’t as effective as advertised. We’ll cover that and more on today’s Crisis Weekly Wrap-Up.