Politics & Society

A veteran activist provides a blueprint for creating a movement in the moment of Trump.
Nathan SchneiderMay 22, 2017

Stop, cooperate and listen: looking for a Catholic alternative to the economy

May 19, 2017
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A young Syrian mother and her child in 2015 outside their tent at an informal settlement in Deir al Ahmar, in Lebanon's Bekaa Valley (CNS photo/Sam Tarling, CRS). 
"The defense of human beings knows no barriers," says Pope Francis in a conversation with the Italian journal Libertàcivili.
Pope FrancisApril 7, 2017
Mexican nationals at the Mexican Consulate General in Miami, which is offering legal assistance centers in response to President Donald Trump's measures to deport undocumented migrants. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz)
U.S. Catholics must welcome refugees, immigrants and strangers as a fundamental expression of Christian faith.
Miguel DíazMarch 6, 2017
Rich McKinless with Rahim and Rayhanna Ibrahimi, and their three children, Layma, Hamza and Hasib
"Immigrants are the last ones most of us know who are looking for a handout from anyone."
Ashley McKinlessFebruary 3, 2017