Pope Francis I is following through on his promise of reform within the Vatican. A web of intrigue involving private planes, burn cell phones, powerful families, money laundering, and tax evasion is as thrilling as fiction. Continue reading Facts Follow Fiction: Money Laundering and Tax Evasion
When I earned my MBA in finance, questions were welcomed. When I got a degree in chemical engineering, questions were encouraged. But before that, I attended an all-female Catholic high school, and a “wrong” question could land you in the principal’s office.
According to Catholic teaching, Gabriel, a winged angel, visited a virgin named Mary and told her she was pregnant with a child she should name Jesus. When Mary’s time on earth ended, her body and spirit were assumed into heaven. Questions about the story of the Immaculate Conception were deflected as a “mystery of faith.” Continue reading God and Mary: Illegal in the USA