James Martin, S.J., an editor-at-large at America, introduces “Outreach 2020: Catholic Leaders Speak with the LGBTQ Community.” (screenshot from YouTube)
Faith News
Outreach 2020, to be held at Fordham University, has been postponed until next year, but in the meantime organizers have produced a message of welcome for L.G.B.T. Catholics.
Politics & Society News
Immigrant youth are hoping that the recent Supreme Court decision on DACA will help efforts to strengthen it, thereby allowing them to continue living in the United States without fear of deportation.
Faith News
A jury in Australia had found Cardinal Pell guilty in December 2018 on five counts of abuse and the Victoria Court of Appeal upheld that verdict in a 2-1 decision. 
Faith Of Many Things
Matt Malone, S.J.June 26, 2020
Answer's to 2020 “America Jeopardy!”, our annual beach-reading homage to the popular game show and everybody’s favorite Catholic magazine.
Faith Of Many Things
Matt Malone, S.J.June 26, 2020
Welcome back to “America Jeopardy!”, our annual beach-reading homage to the popular game show and everybody’s favorite Catholic magazine.
Politics & Society Your Take
Our readersJune 26, 2020
We asked our readers to reflect on times when they have seen or recognized examples of racial prejudice in their own lives.
Arts & Culture Poetry
Most of the people I know are cone-shaped. Always protruding.
Maria Gomez, foreground, washes her hands at a public sink in Miami Beach, Fla., on June 22. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)
Politics & Society Dispatches
The coronavirus epidemic claimed more than 120,000 lives by late June, and its effects have been felt in communities across the country—but not equally.
Politics & Society Editorials
The EditorsJune 26, 2020
If the pandemic and the swell of protests have shown that Americans are still capable of heeding the call of their better angels, it has also exposed the flaws and deficiencies of our political leadership.
Arts & Culture Books
Candida MossJune 26, 2020
Two recently published books from Oxford University Press address the variegated and multifaced character of sin in the New Testament.
Arts & Culture Books
Deniz DemirerJune 26, 2020
His vivid firsthand experiences on the job as a police officer are recounted extensively in Adam Plantinga's new book.
Arts & Culture Books
Leslie Woodcock Tentler's new book is both a rigorous and laudable effort to cure American Catholics of the illusion that our desires have no history.
Arts & Culture Books
Ted Gioia's new treatise on music and musicians covers everything from the Big Bang to gangsta rap.
A street performer celebrates Independence Day in Washington, D.C., on July 4, 2018. (CNS photo/Tyler Orsburn)
Faith Last Take
Nelson J. Pérez June 26, 2020
The events of 2020 show that Americans still struggle to achieve social justice, writes Archbishop Nelson J. Pérez of Philadelphia in a July 4 reflection. Yet we can take note of what we have survived so far.
Arts & Culture Books
Dominic LynchJune 26, 2020
Ross Douthat explores the cultural, economic and political torpor that he thinks has emerged in the United States over the last half-century.
Faith The Word
Jaime L. WatersJune 26, 2020
We must struggle together to deliver the society we want to see.
Faith Features
Simcha FisherJune 26, 2020
It's O.K. if continuing to follow God's voice doesn't mean you end up where you think you're going to end up.
Faith The Word
Jaime L. WatersJune 26, 2020
Telling people suffering victimization to wait for a future reckoning only does further harm and fails to promote God’s kingdom.
Faith The Word
Jaime L. WatersJune 26, 2020
We can pray that our leaders seek wisdom and understanding, but we must also exercise our right to vote for those who have demonstrated these qualities.
Faith Jesuitical
JesuiticalJune 26, 2020
Jesuitical interviews Bishop Robert Barron.