Anna Keating

Politics & Society In All Things
November 06, 2016
The poor, minorities and disability activists are the most vocal opponents of assisted suicide.
Ideas
July 01, 2016
Roald Dahl didn’t leave out the awful bits in his stories, and children love him for it.
In All Things
December 18, 2015
In our increasingly secular country, the biggest holiday of the year is still Christmas, which, if you think about it, is pretty wonderful.
Synod on the Family
July 22, 2015
The “instrumentum laboris,” or working document, for the fall Synod on the Family speaks to the various needs of the family in the modern world, including the need for pastoral care for those who, as Pope Francis puts it, “have had the misfortune of a failure in love.”When it
February 04, 2014
In her article in The New York Times, “Sex on Campus: She Can Play That Game, Too,” Kate Taylor describes a world of ambitious Penn undergraduates who put their personal interests and their résumés first. Many have chosen to avoid romantic relationships during college entirely in favor
October 31, 2013
Gabe Wells wears glasses and a button-down shirt, is built like a tank and has several large, Catholic-themed tattoos. He got his first when he was doing a year of service after high school. It is an angel surrounded by ivy on his upper arm, a reproduction of a 15th-century illuminated manuscript. T
October 16, 2013
What happens when we disassociate love and sex?
Faith in Focus
October 22, 2012
The sweet suffering of childbirth
Faith in Focus
July 30, 2012
A new mom makes a case for moving back home.
July 04, 2011
A barrage of questions surrounds my first pregnancy.