I know this is generally not O.K. to do, writing a whole article about joining the Jesuits.
Doing what we can to bring people together, to build community and to foster the sense of belonging of which Father Michael Rozier speaks is hugely important if we are to care for the whole person.
Respondents to a new America poll said overwhelmingly that their parishes kept them up-to-date with paper bulletins (97 percent) and announcements at Mass (91 percent).
This decision offers Catholics—and indeed all Americans—a welcome opportunity to step away from the trenches of the culture war.
City planners are increasingly alarmed by two trends: a growing shortage of affordable housing and a nationwide decline in public transit ridership.
The Thirty Meter Telescope would cover six acres on Mauna Kea, one of the most sacred places in Hawaii, and women are leading the resistance.
Catholic health care providers say when those places lack the resources to cope, climate change and mosquito-borne illnesses become issues of social justice.