April 1, 2019

Vol. 220 / No. 7

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April 1, 2019

Faith Of Many Things
Matt Malone, S.J.March 22, 2019

Magazines like America are not really the first draft of history. But from time to time, when the publishing planets align, we break news as well as analyze it.

Magazine Letters
Our readersMarch 22, 2019

Thank you, Father Martin, for articulating so eloquently the consistent ethic of life expressed by our Catholic social teaching.

Magazine Your Take
Our readersMarch 22, 2019

“For many years, I read only the weekly readings at Mass. As I got older, I became a lot more engaged in reading and meditating on what I read.”

Politics & Society Editorials
The EditorsMarch 22, 2019

The health of U.S. democracy demands attention to its electoral mechanics. Both candidates and voters should prioritize improving elections.

Faith Editorials
The EditorsMarch 22, 2019

Lay Catholics are ready to lend their expertise, leadership and prayers to heal the wounds inflicted on children and the church by abusers and the leaders who failed to stop them.

Programs in electricity, plumbing and other practical skills can allow students to get high-paying jobs immediately after high school graduation. In some cases, they earn enough to return to school. (iStock/Georgijevic)
Politics & Society Short Take
Mary McAuliffeJanuary 24, 2019

Catholic high schools should not be limited to the college-bound. In order to serve all communities, they must also serve students who wish to avoid college debt and to go straight into the workforce.

Faith Dispatches
Gerard O’ConnellFebruary 26, 2019

After the Vatican’s historic summit on the sexual abuse of children, Archbishop Mark Coleridge says “the mission of the church” is at stake.