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Pope Francis: God is not frightened by our sins

“Tenderness is something greater than the logic of the world. It is an unexpected way of doing justice,” Pope Francis said in his general audience on Jan. 19.

Pope Francis declares St. Irenaeus a doctor of the church

In a decree released by the Vatican Jan. 21, the pope ordered that the second-century theologian be given the title of “doctor of unity.”
If Catholic higher education is to survive, administrators, faculty and students must be intentional and authentic when it comes to our mission and identity.
Charles C. CamosyJanuary 19, 2022

October 29, 2021

Andrew Sullivan’s writing on faith, sexuality and culture wars

Reading Andrew Sullivan’s collection, ‘Out on a Limb: Selected Writing, 1989-2021,’ made me realize I’d never heard Sullivan mentioned in conversations about Catholic writers. Why wasn’t he there? And why wasn’t I surprised?

Netflix’s ‘Don’t Look Up’ shows us how not to make a climate change movie

In the end, what undermines “Don’t Look Up” is exactly what it condemns: a lack of humanity.

The ‘Harry Potter’ reunion is just what 2022 needs

To want to magic away Covid-19 is wishful thinking at its very worst. But that impulse is a forgivable offense. And it is exactly why “Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: Return to Hogwarts” is what 2022 needs.