‘Dirty War’ Questions for Pope Francis
The U.S. “news” networks bubbled with excitement over the selection of Argentine Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio to be Pope Francis I. But there was silence on the obvious question that should be asked about any senior cleric from Argentina: What was Bergoglio doing during the “dirty war,” writes Robert Parry.
The sins of the Argentinian church
The Catholic church was complicit in dreadful crimes in Argentina. Now it has a chance to repent
Prof Brian Cox: physicist or priest?
Many popular scientists are atheist, so why are they so happy to use the misty-eyed language of religion?