January 21, 2019

Vol. 220 / No. 2

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January 21, 2019

Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May speaking during Prime Minister's Questions at the House of Commons in London, on Dec. 19. Britain is due to leave the EU on March 29, but it remains unclear whether lawmakers will approve the divorce agreement negotiated with the bloc.(Mark Duffy/UK Parliament via AP)
Politics & Society Dispatches
David StewartDecember 21, 2018

The British state continues to make preparations for the growing possibility of a no-deal exit, an outcome sufficiently plausible that it is spending large sums recruiting new staff and renting warehouse space for key supplies, such as E.U.-produced medicine, that may abruptly prove hard to come by.

Politics & Society Dispatches
J.D. Long-GarcíaDecember 26, 2018

Many people are asking: Do we need a border wall? While the Trump administration has said the wall is necessary to curb illegal immigration and drug trafficking, many faith leaders who live along the border see things differently.

The Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe (1976 building at left and 1709 building in center), Mexico City (iStock/Byelikova_Oksana)
Faith Dispatches
Robert David SullivanJanuary 11, 2019

Americans are journeying abroad in record numbers. Here are some of the sites across the world of particular interest to Catholic travelers.

The church of Mar Behnam and Mart Sarah awaits repairs in Qaraqosh, Iraq. Photo by Kevin Clarke.
Faith GoodNews

Prince Charles described how as Isis extremists advanced on the Christian town of Qaraqosh in 2014, Sister Luma “got behind the wheel of a minibus crammed full of her fellow Christians and drove the long and dangerous road to safety.”

Politics & Society Features
Ronald E. OsbornOctober 31, 2018

President Trump’s triumph has revealed in stark relief how few authentic conservatives are left in our expressivist land.

Faith Features
Kaya OakesJanuary 11, 2019

Because the church has long defined marriage as central to lay Catholic identity, Catholic single mothers have sometimes stayed hidden in the shadows.

Faith Faith in Focus
John W. MillerJanuary 11, 2019

There are three things you need to orient yourself in times of crisis and change, a monk told me: divine inspiration, the facts of your life and a wise witness to certify that you’re living in reality.