Millennial writer Meghan Clark has a new article at US Catholic. She writes:
For Christians, widespread poverty and inequality is scandalous, even though no one calls Olivia Pope to handle it. Echoing his predecessors, Pope Francis frequently admonishes us that poverty is a scandal. He laments that when people with no homes die of exposure or children go to bed hungry, it is not major news—these do not scandalize us. We no longer feel responsible for each other, he notes, even running away from the very word solidarity. That is the true scandal.
The full article can be read here.