When Gloating isn't Gloating

Ever since Osama bin Laden's death became generally known, the country's mood has felt like spring break for grown-ups. In front of the White House, at Ground Zero, at the Phillies-Mets game, people were celiebrating. Strangers were hugging. In the long run, it might not turn out to be one of those events for which everyone recalls his wherabouts, but then, it might. (For the record, I was fast asleep.)But then, the Vatican weighed in. Speaking as the Church's official voice, Fr. … [Read more...]