As many of you know, Monday and Tuesday are always taken up with compiling my contributions to the coming weekend's edition of The Tablet. That's been especially true in this go-round as I was putting to bed a feature-length piece recounting an interview I was privileged to have last week with Cardinal Lubomyr Husar of Kiev, head of the Ukrainian Greek-Catholic Church.
"The Tablet Interview" with Cardinal Husar lasted over an hour, and it was a wonderfully refreshing and impressive experience. Those of you who are subscribers can read all about it on Friday, but to do the session justice I may have to transcribe a bit more of it.
Also, and this has been in the hopper for some time but will shortly be coming to light, subscribers to Liguorian magazine can look forward to a reflection on the legacy of John Paul II in the Redemptorist journal's April issue (very good article there this month about depression).
When I penned that piece and sent it in, I couldn't help but think there was so much else to say about one of the most prolific eras in the history of the church.... Such is the nature of the beast.