Into the Storm

Chronicle of a Year in Crisis
 
 
TAN Books (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 14. April 2020
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  • 416 Seiten
 
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Into the Storm: Chronicle of a Year in Crisis is an in-depth look at the critical events of a year that opened a new chapter in the crisis of leadership affecting the Catholic Church.This on-the-ground analysis details bishops' ongoing inability to address the rot within their own leadership culture.Written by a journalist with many years experience at the Vatican, Into the Storm takes readers through the events of the tumultuous year 2018, with the kind of insight that only a keen observer of human nature and ecclesiastical politics can offer.Into the Storm will inform readers' understanding of the twisted logic of action that unfolded throughout the year and has brought us to where we are in the life of the Church.
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978-1-5051-1523-9 (9781505115239)
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  • Intro
  • Halftitle Page
  • Title Page
  • Copyright Page
  • Dedication
  • Contents
  • Foreword
  • Preface
  • Acknowledgments
  • Chapter 1: From Chile to Rome
  • "The Pope's misuse of 'calumny' distracts from deeper, more troubling questions"
  • "Observers remain 'mystified' over Pope's remarks on clerical sex abuse, and call for bishop accountability"
  • "Will the Pope's project result in real reform-or turn Rome into a Buenos Aires-on-Tiber?"
  • Chapter 2: The Wind Picks Up
  • "A crisis of leadership? Francis's defenders call for reform on sex abuse"
  • "The Bishop Barros crisis: How bad is it?"
  • "Five years on: a Vatican reporter remembers Benedict XVI's resignation"
  • "How US cardinals faced a donor uprising at the Papal Foundation"
  • "Pope Francis and clericalism"
  • "Five years after his election, this year is make-or-break for Pope Francis"
  • "The Vatican's Viganò Problem"
  • "The Viganò scandal raises serious questions about reform in the Roman Curia"
  • "Gaudete et exsultate is beautiful for its simplicity, frustrating for its failures"
  • Chapter 3: Clouds Gather and Seas Stir
  • "The Pope's apology vindicates Chilean abuse survivors- but why did they have to suffer so long?"
  • "The Pope has said he was 'part of the problem' on abuse. Here's how he can change that"
  • "Pope Francis has pledged to take action on abuse. Here comes a big test"
  • "What did Pope Francis know about Chile, and when did he know it?"
  • "Pope Francis needs to be transparent in his meetings with the Chilean bishops"
  • "Abuse crisis: Recent events have revealed a broken culture"
  • "Pope Francis's handling of the Viganò scandal doesn't bode well for Chilean crisis"
  • "Pope Francis now faces a terrible dilemma over Chile"
  • Chapter 4: Into the Storm
  • "Pope Francis's letter to Chilean faithful is disappointing and insufficient"
  • "Cardinal mcCarrick and the crisis of episcopal leadership"
  • "Set aside ideology: US bishops are guilty of a collective failure"
  • Interview with Cardinal Wuerl
  • "The bishops' 'Apalachin moment' has arrived"
  • "The bishops will have to sacrifice power and privilege to resolve the abuse crisis"
  • "Pope Francis's letter on abuse was not enough. We need action"
  • "If Viganò's 'Testimony' is true, Pope Francis has failed his own test"
  • "The root of the abuse crisis"
  • Chapter 5: Winds Howl and Waters Rise
  • "Is Pope Francis serious about addressing the abuse crisis and its causes?"
  • "USCCB admits 'great harm' caused by 'some bishops', outlines steps to address crisis"
  • "Pope Francis and the current crisis of leadership"
  • "Dismissing Karadima from the clerical state will do little to help the crisis"
  • "Analysis: Pope's 'thorough study' of mcCarrick files unlikely to satisfy"
  • "Cardinal Ouellet's letter forceful, but does not provide substantial refutation"
  • Cover story: "Shadow over the synod"
  • "Cardinal Wuerl is gone-or is he?"
  • "Analysis: Pope's acceptance of Wuerl resignation puts governance front and center"
  • "Analysis: Justice by papal fiat points to serious lack of trust within the Church"
  • "Archbishop Viganò's third testimony indicates a way through the current morass"
  • "Opinion: Francis's remarks about the Great Accuser distract from lack of resolve, leadership"
  • "The Vatican's carelessness is on display as new US scandals break"
  • "February's meeting of bishops will not succeed without a radical change of culture"
  • "Buffalo and the silence of the bishops"
  • "Why has Pope Francis hamstrung the U.S. bishops?"
  • "making sense of the USCCB fall assembly and its aftermath"
  • "How ordinary Catholics can respond to the Church's crisis"
  • "The Vatican obfuscates even while preparing for February meeting on abuse"
  • "Cupich and Scicluna hit their talking points, but are silent on key problems"
  • "Cardinal müller seeks the middle ground between Viganò and the Vatican"
  • Chapter 6: In the eye of the Storm
  • "February meeting at the Vatican needs to address directly the crisis of leadership"
  • "Pope's remarks to Curia on abuse more of the same"
  • "2018 in review: the Church's annus horribilis"
  • "2018: The year the Church's crisis was unmasked"
  • "The Zanchetta situation is a microcosm of the current crisis"
  • "What Peter Steinfels got wrong about the Pennsylvania Grand Jury Report"
  • "Report: Vatican already knew about Argentine bishop's sexual misconduct"
  • "What the Bishop Zanchetta case tells us about Church leadership"
  • "Having raised the bar, Pope Francis now seeks to lower expectations"
  • Chapter 7: eye of the Storm
  • "Pope Francis misses the mark in focusing on clericalism and synodality"
  • "As a mcCarrick verdict looms, the Vatican still faces rough waters"
  • "Francis has shown confidence in Farrell long before new appointment"
  • "Questions remain about mcCarrick, even as new scandals emerge"
  • "mcCarrick will continue to live at Kansas friary"
  • "Transparency biggest challenge for Vatican heading into abuse summit"
  • Chapter 8: Climax and Deluge
  • "Abuse summit day one: Pope calls for 'concrete and effective' action"
  • "Abuse summit day two: How to hold bishops to account"
  • "If you read just one speech from the abuse summit, make it this one"
  • "What was missing from the Pope's closing remarks at the abuse summit"
  • "As the abuse summit closes, what has changed?"
  • "The Church needs transparency. These two cases show it has a long way to go"
  • Afterword

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