About Scott Korb

In November Korb's book The Faith Between Us, co-written with Jewish writer Peter Bebergal and with a foreword by Freakonomics author Stephen J. Dubner, will be put out by Bloomsbury. His writing on religion has appeared in Harper's, Commonweal, Gastronomica, The Baltimore Sun, Philadelphia Inquirer, The Jerusalem Post, and elsewhere, including the websites Killing the Buddha and The Revealer. He's appeared in interfaith discussions at the Skirball Center for Adult Jewish Learning and on Scott Simon's Morning Edition - Saturday on NPR.

Priestly Apologies: Notes from a Peculiar, American Catholic

By April 18, 2008

Like far too many of us, I know a woman who was sexually abused as a child. A Catholic then, when she confessed to her Midwestern family priest, in his way he abused her even more. She was in part … Read More

Should the Latin Mass Scare Us?

Should the Latin Mass Scare Us?
By July 11, 2007

With a decree he released “motu proprio”—that is, without the counsel of others—on Saturday, Pope Benedict XVI authorized a wider use of the old Catholic rite known as the Tridentine Mass. Officially abandoned in 1970, this traditional service is conducted … Read More