Catholic schools, along with other faith-based schools, are a vital gift to the families they serve and to our country. America’s COVID-19 relief efforts should support the educational choices of all families and work to save Catholic schools.
Evangelization, which must always include the witness of caring for the Master’s lost sheep, is the new normal in the Catholic Church.
The shameful racist incident in Central Park can still end in grace.
The president is defaming the memory of a woman who died nearly 20 years ago—and inflicting pain upon her family today.
Those who imagined that the sliming of Cardinal George Pell would stop as of April 7, when a unanimous decision of the High Court of Australia acquitted him of “historical sexual abuse,” did not reckon with the climate of venomous hatred that has surrounded Pell for decades, fouling Australia’s public life, legal system, and politics in the process.
The psychologist shares his thoughts on the pandemic, polarization, and politics.
A beautiful exhibit at the Morgan Library and Museum explores what this ancient figure can teach us about loyalty and redemption.