Adam Reilly (@reillyadam) delves into Pope Francis’ recent interview with a German newspaper, in which he signaled openness to allowing married men to become priests. The statement indicates a big change could be ahead for the Catholic Church, which has required celibacy of its priests for nearly its entire 2,000-year history. Svea Fraser, the first female Catholic chaplain at Wellesley and one of the founders of Voice of the Faithful, and Ernest Collamati, associate professor of religious studies at Regis College discuss the potential shift in tradition.
Greater Boston StaffDecember 13, 2018 08:04 PM
Tara Westover On Leaving Her Survivalist, Conspiracy-Fueled Childhood BehindWestover explores her unique upbringing in "Educated: A Memoir."
Greater Boston StaffDecember 13, 2018 07:54 PM
Can President Trump Be Indicted?Following the sentencing of his fixer Michael Cohen, legal scholars are asking.
Greater Boston StaffDecember 13, 2018 07:50 PM
IMHO: Capitol Hill Needs Tech SupportJim Braude on why the lawmakers who oversee technology policy might want to first learn the very basics of how things like Google and Facebook actually work.
Greater Boston StaffDecember 13, 2018 07:35 PM
Greater Boston Full Show: 12/10/18The full episode of Greater Boston from Dec. 10, 2018