Last week was yet another difficult week for the Catholic Church. The Vatican released a report after its two-year investigation of former Cardinal McCarrick, and the findings were not great.
Everyone, it seemed, from seminarians up to John Paul II knew something of McCarrick’s abuse. Much was shrouded in mystery and disseminated through rumors, but a lot of people knew something, and the ones who spoke up were silenced.
How do we make sense of this? In this video, I look at last week’s Sunday reading in an attempt to shed some light on the situation, all in the hopes that we can learn from it and be the people Christ calls us to be.