November 27, 2017
What we see and how we see it largely depends on where we are standing. A shared sense of history, of what was, or might’ve been, or could be again, is the indispensable touchstone of our collective judgement, for memory is the soul of conscience.
America asked readers through our email newsletter and social media platforms what they do for their loved ones who have died. Seventy-eight percent of readers described how they memorialize loved ones with photos and other objects.
Cutting the corporate tax and limiting the home mortgage deduction are welcome reforms, but not in service of a windfall for the wealthiest households.
An undocumented 10-year-old girl with cerebral palsy is not a threat to U.S. national security.
Working on the frontline to help exploited women requires patience and the sensitivity to move at someone else’s speed.
The cardinal's pastoral letter is among the most high-profile responses from a Catholic leader to continued racial unrest.