Listeners of Jesuitical offer their own answer to the podcast's recurring question.
While enough facts are still unknown that a decision on impeachment itself is premature, an inquiry is absolutely necessary, the editors write.
Mr. Trump's turnabout is bad for the Kurds, bad for the campaign against ISIS and bad for whatever still remains of the nation’s international credibility.
The Democratic National Committee got played, writes Michael Wear, when it passed a resolution celebrating the “religiously unaffiliated” and casting aspersions on those of faith.
His work is increasingly to support what synod organizers call creating a more “Amazon-like” church. A more Amazon-like church incorporates the customs and sensibilities of the local population, like indigenous spirituality, and promotes new forms of evangelization.
“These options are in no way Christian: to anonymously scatter ashes in nature, air or water; to install an urn in a private home or apartment; to bury remains in a private garden; or to divide ashes into multiple ‘remembrance objects,’” the bishops wrote, also criticizing the trend to convert