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‘Prudence is a virtue’: Hong Kong’s new Jesuit bishop on managing the church’s complicated relationship with China
This week on “Inside the Vatican,” host Colleen Dulle and veteran Vatican correspondent Gerard O’Connell examine how binding the Vatican's letter and the U.S. bishops’ agreements are, along with what decisions the bishops now face.
Christian prayer, like all Christian life, is not a “walk in the park.”
By Pope Francis
Conversion therapy is still happening in Catholic spaces—and its effects on L.G.B.T. people can be devastating
Although only a small minority of L.G.B.T. Catholics will ever seek conversion therapy, the assumptions underlying that therapy often influence the message many gay Catholics hear in the confessional and from friends and mentors.
March 1, 2021
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February 5, 2021
Every song on the Hillbilly Thomists’ new album could be a homily (including ‘Bourbon, Bluegrass, & the Bible’)
“Living For The Other Side” is one way to stay conscious and alive, and to be reminded of what we are worshipping.
The enchanted universe that Romeo alludes to is full of unpredictability and surprises.
The robotic narrator of Kazuo Ishiguro's new novel takes us into a dystopian U.S. future.