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Pope Francis: Liturgy wars are the work of the devil.

“When liturgical life is a bit of a banner of division, there is the odor of the devil, the deceiver,” the pope said on May 7.

What critics of Pope Francis’ NATO comments don’t understand about Vatican diplomacy

Some observers fail to realize that Vatican diplomacy must be tuned to the church’s centuries-old mission of loving our enemies.
During the pandemic, Matt Malone, S.J., e-biked and prayed around the perimeter of Manhattan—which happens to look almost exactly like the pattern of a rosary.
Matt Malone, S.J.October 8, 2021

April 28, 2022

The new ‘Star Trek’ has moments better than my best homilies

While “Star Trek” has presented itself as a show about exploring strange new worlds, at its heart it has always been about elevating those whom society has ignored.

‘A Case for the Existence of God’ is not a theological argument. It’s a parable.

Hard truths spill out in the tentative friendship of two men in Samuel D. Hunter's Off Broadway play, “A Case for the Existence of God.”

The misfits of HBO Max’s ‘Somebody Somewhere’ are the kind of loving community we go to church looking for

“Somebody Somewhere” is not a show about religion, but it is in its own way an exploration of what a truly religious community offers—namely, a space of radical acceptance.