Judge not lest ye be judged
By Kevin Cullen GLOBE COLUMNIST AUGUST 02, 2016
Pope Francis made a powerful statement last week without saying a word. His silent visit to Auschwitz allowed the stilled voices of all those murdered there to be heard.
The pope’s respectful silence showed that moral authority does not have to be shouted, that sometimes it’s what you don’t say that speaks louder.
The pope has gone some way toward restoring some of the moral authority of a church that was severely eroded by generations of covering up the . . .