Bishop Gene Robinson, the Episcopal Bishop of New Hampshire, has been asked by President-elect Barack Obama to deliver an invocation at the Lincoln Memorial during a presidential inaugural Continue reading Understanding Bishop Robinson
I would like to write once more in connection with the passing of Fr. Richard John Neuhaus. After this, when I refer to him, it will be no longer be in the context of his death; rather, it will be in the sense of the continuing life of his words and work, as the occasion presents itself. Continue reading A few more thoughts on Richard John Neuhaus
Just some more things out there pertaining to the late Richard John Neuhaus that I’ve found rewarding:
In NRO, from Rabbi David Novak, this heartfelt piece: RJN and the Jews.
At the First Things blog, reflections from Stefan McDaniel: “Some giants labored in that cloud …”
From the Times of London, click here for a strong-minded obituary, from a more historical perspective, for RJN from an anonymous but seemingly well-informed author.
And this online archive of homilies by Richard John Neuhaus which he gave during masses he said at Columbia University during some spring semesters. Sound quality is mixed but there you go.
And the text of RJN’s resounding speech in July last to the convention of the National Right To Life Committee: We Shall Not Weary, We Shall Not Rest.
More links and info at First Things.