Politics & SocietyNews
Jack Jenkins - Religion News Service
There is hope for public health officials angling to push people toward vaccine acceptance through faith-based campaigns and messages.
FaithNews
Cindy Wooden - Catholic News Service
The pope, who was born Jorge Mario Bergoglio, marked the Feast of St. George April 23 by visiting people who came to the Vatican for the second dose of their Covid-19 vaccinations.
FaithThe Word
Jaime L. Waters
We are encouraged to encounter God in our lives and share those experiences with others through our words and actions.
FaithThe Word
Jaime L. Waters
We remember the important role of the Spirit in guiding and sustaining faith after Jesus’ resurrection.
FaithThe Word
Jaime L. Waters
Jesus’ final prayer implores the disciples to be confident that he has assured their care.
FaithThe Word
Jaime L. Waters
By working to end hate and division, we show our love for one another.
FaithThe Word
Jaime L. Waters
Jesus asks the Father in heaven for protection for the disciples, which reveals the perils of discipleship.
Arts & CulturePoetry
Michael Cadnum
The snake is a word unwriting itself.
Arts & CulturePoetry
Renny Golden
Now they are at the mercy of the merciless.
Arts & CultureBooks
Ciaran Freeman
Douglas Stuart’s novel is an appropriate winner of the Booker Prize for the desolate year in which March seems never to have ended.
Arts & CultureBooks
Mike Mastromatteo
The veteran novelist has an esteemed track record of finely crafted stories that explore the human propensity to sow injury rather than beneficence.
Arts & CultureBooks
Jessica Schnepp
In the poems of 'Delta Tears,' Philip Kolin blends ecotheology and Scripture with pleas for social justice.
Arts & CultureBooks
Franklin Freeman
Julius Margolin's memoir of his time in the gulag tells his experiences through a shattering series of stories.
Arts & CultureBooks
Mary Gibbons
Reuben Jonathan Miller's new book cuts through the noise about criminal justice reform to lay bare what life is really like on the other side of a prison sentence.
Frederick Wiseman’s latest film, “City Hall,” is a portrait of the city of Boston. Mayor Marty Walsh appears here at the Greater Boston Food Bank (Zipporah Films). 
Arts & CultureFilm
Elyse Durham
Frederick Wiseman’s patient, deliberate lens into everyday life reveals glory in the mundane.
FaithFaith in Focus
Kevin Christopher Robles
An interview with Miguel Blancarte Jr., a graduate of Cristo Rey Jesuit High School in Chicago, Ill., and now the director of Covid-19 Response and Community Outreach at Esperanza Health Centers.
FaithFaith in Focus
Jean Luc Enyegue, S.J.
The miracle is to believe that for those, like Ignatius, who believe in God and trust in God’s care and providence, there is no accident, no tragedy or failure that they cannot overcome.
FaithFaith in Focus
Kaya Oakes
Discovering that a pivotal figure like Esther, who saves her people from death, also happens to be childless, can help us understand that childlessness in Scripture cannot be understood only as a curse.
FaithFeatures
Cecilia González-Andrieu
Let us add direction and purpose to our resolve, and let us give ourselves some magis-inspired goals.
Politics & SocietyFeatures
Serena Sigillito
Even within the United States, the Catholic Church encompasses countless subcultures, which send very different messages to young women about femininity, family life, marriage and careers.