August 21, 2017
“We are relieved and delighted that the Affordable Care Act remains intact,” Sister Carol Keehan said. “We think that this is really an important moment now to hear the people on both sides of the aisle that have said we need to come together and work on making this better.”
For indigenous people, the 150th anniversary of the Canadian confederation is an opportunity for resistance.
Eight months into his presidency, advocates of “school choice” wonder if the president will be able to deliver on his promise.
Bishop Ruiz preached “evangelization by the poor,” instructed his priests to study local indigenous languages and trained hundreds of catechists and deacons.
We need an economy that enables people to apply their energies to meaningful work that advances the common good.
I used to think that relying upon others somehow betrayed weakness. That changed when I worked at this camp.
Who better to combat the absurd, dark joke at the heart of the rise of Trumpism than someone like Al Franken?