July 10, 2017

Vol.217 / No.1

July 10, 2017

Faith Dispatches
Michael J. O’Loughlin June 14, 2017

Live updates from Indianapolis as the bishops gather for their annual spring meeting.

Politics & Society Dispatches
Tim Padgett June 16, 2017

Rising seas due to global warming have rendered the coastal high-water marks more obsolete by the day. That is especially true in the Miami area, which every media report on sea-level rise seems to profile as ground zero for deluge doom.

Politics & Society Dispatches
Jan-Albert Hootsen June 22, 2017

Thieves are puncturing fuel pipelines in Mexico and siphoning profits from the national oil company.

Politics & Society Dispatches
Robert David Sullivan June 28, 2017

Most Americans say they have changed their behavior to help protect the environment—whether because they are heeding the warnings of Pope Francis in his encyclical “Laudato Si’” or are alarmed by stories of severe weather and

Faith Features
Maureen K. Day June 30, 2017

The laypeople were the experts—the ones who live the challenges of family life every day—at the San Diego synod responding to Pope Francis' “Amoris Laetitia."

Politics & Society Features
Matt Malone, S.J. July 01, 2017

After countless wars, the Palestinian citizens of a tiny strip of land surrounded by Israel find a way to persevere.

Faith Faith in Focus
Paul Wilkes May 26, 2017

“Yes, some are H.I.V.-positive, but what is that?” asks Sister Agie. “They are precious children; they have their whole life before them.”