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The Case for Classical Education

March 16, 2020

Vol. 222 / No. 6

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Faith Of Many Things
Sebastian GomesMarch 06, 2020

What became clear over these past seven years is Francis’ unrelenting commitment to creating opportunities for open and mutual encounters between him and others.

Politics & Society Your Take
Our readersMarch 06, 2020

A 2019 Gallup survey showed that as few as 4 percent of Americans had a conversation about religion with their family and friends in the prior week.

Politics & Society Editorials
The EditorsFebruary 21, 2020

Taking away access to minor-league baseball for many Americans is against our national interest and our longstanding culture.

Politics & Society Editorials
The EditorsMarch 06, 2020

The State Department's sanction raised some hope in El Salvador that the perpetrators of the Jesuit murders and more of the era’s worst offenses would finally have to face survivors and family members of their victims in court. Unfortunately, even such small expectations for justice are already

Faith Short Take
Colleen DulleFebruary 22, 2020

I can no longer in good conscience call Jean Vanier a saint, but I cannot accept the disturbing truth about him as proof, as some have understood it, that sanctity does not exist.

Lala Bonner and River Parks are all smiles at Chicago’s St. Ethelreda Catholic School. St. Ethelreda’s is among 30 schools that will benefit from a new financial partnership between the Big Shoulders Fund and the Archdiocese of Chicago. Photo courtesy of the Big Shoulders Fund.
Faith Dispatches
Michael J. O’LoughlinFebruary 20, 2020

Smiles have been plentiful at St. Ethelreda since Jan. 29, when the Big Shoulders Fund and the Archdiocese of Chicago announced a partnership that will inject more than $92 million into 30 Catholic schools.

A procession on Nov. 12, 2017, commemorates the 28th anniversary of the Nov. 16, 1989, murder of six Jesuit priests in San Salvador, El Salvador. (CNS photo/Jose Cabezas, Reuters)
Politics & Society Dispatches
Kevin ClarkeFebruary 21, 2020

The United States designates senior military officers as being directly responsible for the murders of six Jesuits and two others on the grounds of the University of Central America in 1989, a historic moment for justice in El Salvador.