There’s No Easy Fix for Climate Problem


As France learned recently, short-sighted policies are not the answer to climate change.

Advent and Reform


Advent – especially this Advent, when reform is so much on our minds – is a good time to remember that everything we do depends on a God who thought shepherds round an infant lying swaddled in a Bethlehem manger would be just the thing.

Avoiding Another Roman Fiasco in February


By peremptorily ordering the American bishops not to vote on local remedies for today’s Catholic crisis of abusive clergy and malfeasant bishops, the Vatican dramatically raised the stakes for the February 2019 meeting that Pope Francis has called to discuss the crisis in a global perspective.

George Bush and Our World Order


In mourning George H.W. Bush’s passing, we should pray for the wisdom to build on what the 41st president and his generation left behind.

America Is Addicted to Outrage. Is There a Cure?


A healthy society reserves anger for special occasions. Today taking offense has become a reflex.

Civil Was


We have been put on notice that whenever and wherever Democrats are once again entrusted with power, they may be expected to use it without restraint against their political enemies.

Target 2020: the Independent Male Voter


Suburban men fled the GOP in the midterms, and they will likely determine the next presidential election.

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