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Pope Francis: Theologians must find new and relevant ways to share the Catholic faith

At a recent event celebrating a seminary's theological journal, Pope Francis encouraged a "dynamic" theology, rooted in dialogue with other faiths and cultures.

Podcast: Pope Francis takes on accusations that he is ‘pro-Putin’

Colleen and Gerry examine the pope’s rhetorical shift from describing a third world war fought “piecemeal” to a “declared” world war.
The recent leak to Politico of a draft majority opinion written by Justice Samuel Alito suggests that the Supreme Court will soon strike down Roe v. Wade. We must consider the road ahead.
Rachel LuMay 3, 2022

April 28, 2022

Apple TV+’s ‘For All Mankind’ is a space race show that will restore your faith in government

“For All Mankind” invents a Soviet victory in the space race and imagines a tempting counterfactual: What if Americans’ faith in government was never shattered?

Raw, brilliant and prophetic: Lauryn Hill’s MTV Unplugged concert 20 years later

The music industry didn’t know what do with Lauryn Hill’s rare, self-confessing and Christ-centered performance.

The ‘Hot Holy Ladies’ who fought for the faith — and the Jesuits — in Reformation England

A new exhibit at Stonyhurst College is a powerful testament to the role women played in maintaining the faith through dark times.