A graduate of a Jesuit high school in conversation with his English teacher from three decades ago on Ignatian and Jesuit education.
Such debates don’t really happen elsewhere in the Catholic world.
With the arrival of summer, America asked its readers to give Pope Francis a summer reading recommendation, “beach read” or otherwise.
The United States has dithered on establishing any policy to help bring an end to a conflict now in its eighth decade.
Credit cards make it easy to ignore the reality of how much things cost and how little money most people actually have. This is no accident.
In April the Census Bureau estimated that from 2010 to 2020, the U.S. population grew at the slowest rate since the 1930s and at the second-slowest rate in the nation’s history.
Many dioceses are dropping mask requirements and social distancing rules for fully vaccinated worshippers, relying on an honor system as pandemic restrictions ease further.