San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone defends his decision not to get vaccinated against the coronavirus, contradicting public health officials' medical advice and Pope Francis' calls for vaccinations as an act of love. Critics call his decision misinformed, selfish and dangerous.
Michael Sean Winters: Two decades ago, the U.S. took the lead in bringing AIDS treatments to poorer countries. Do we have the compassion and the courage to mount such an effort again — or even put our own house in order?
Listen: In this episode, hosts Father Daniel, Heidi and David discuss the takeaways from the recent U.S. bishops' meeting, the continuing dangers of COVID-19, and verdicts in killings in Wisconsin and Georgia.