He's called both "Protector of the Indians" and "Father of the African Slave Trade," but Bartolomé de las Casas is much more complicated than those titles suggest. Fr. Casey from @BreakingInTheHabit reclaims Catholic history by examining the complicated life, growth, and ideas of Bartolomé. The saint had lots of ideas that were deplorable by our standards, so why did we venerate instead of cancel Bartolomé de las Casas?