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September 3, 2018

Vol. 219 / No. 5

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Faith Of Many Things
Matt Malone, S.J.August 21, 2018

If things are this bad within the church, how bad is it in our homes and neighborhoods?

Magazine Letters
Our readersAugust 24, 2018

“Catholic teachings would object to the dehumanization that comes from determining value by faceless market processes.”

Faith Your Take
Our readersAugust 24, 2018

“My faith in Jesus Christ is unchanged. I pray for the church and the bishops. I truly want there to be zero tolerance for abusers in the church and zero tolerance for those that enable and condone abusive behaviors.”

Faith Editorials
The EditorsAugust 17, 2018

The editors offer a few key steps for leaders of the church to take in response to the Pa. grand jury report.

President Donald Trump speaks to members of the media before boarding Marine One on the South Lawn of the White House on Aug. 17, 2018. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)
Politics & Society Short Take
Daniel AllottAugust 24, 2018

Since the 2016 election, many have simply stopped trying to understand those with whom they disagree. But we can discuss politics if we ask fair questions and listen, then listen some more.

Young people stand during a daylong regional encuentro Oct. 28 at Herndon Middle School in Herndon, Va.  (CNS photo/Tyler Orsburn)
Faith Dispatches
J.D. Long GarcíaAugust 03, 2018

“For Hispanics, whatever the priest says goes. But that’s not right. The priest is not God. Nobody is above God.”

Migrants rest at the port of Tarifa, southern Spain, on July 27 after being rescued by Spain's Maritime Rescue Service. Authorities said 751 migrants were rescued from 52 dinghies trying to reach Spanish shores from northern Africa, this year's most popular route into Europe for human traffickers. (AP Photo/Marcos Moreno)
Politics & Society Dispatches
Kevin ClarkeAugust 08, 2018

Forty million worldwide are believed to be caught in a trap of forced labor, including many millions who work in manufacturing, assembly, agriculture and food services.