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Topic - Thomas J. Reese
Pope Francis has more than made good on his promise to investigate the scandal-tainted financial wing of the Vatican, cleaning house with such vigor that at least one Catholic Church watcher is calling it akin to an earthquake.
Are the Rev. Thomas J. Reese and 90 Georgetown University faculty members really taking Rep. Paul Ryan, Wisconsin Republican, to task for supposedly hurting the poor and not being Catholic enough in his budget proposal ("Cross-referencing," Inside the Beltway: Web, Tuesday)?
Washington-area Catholics attending Mass on Christmas Day will find major changes in the familiar language of the liturgy after the introduction of a new English version, which some have welcomed as "poetic" and others criticize as "clunky and archaic."
And priest Thomas Reese, in a separate article for The Reporter, said, quite simply, the letters should have been set ablaze.
The letters should have been burnt,” Reese wrote for The Reporter.