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April 2022

Vol. 226 / No. 4

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Timothy L. Porter, who in 1964 became the second African American to graduate from Loyola Blakefield, is picture with his family at the schools “Black, Blue and Gold” exhibit, which commemorates Black alumni (photo: Donovan Eaton).
Faith Jesuit School Spotlight
J.D. Long GarcíaMarch 16, 2022

Kenneth Montague became the first African-American student at Loyola in 1956. He “opened the door for others to follow.”

Patrick E. Kelly, supreme knight of the Knights of Columbus, presents a reliquary associated with Blessed Michael McGivney, founder of the Knights, to Pope Francis during an audience at the Vatican on Oct. 25. (CNS photo/Vatican Media)
Faith Interviews
Matt Malone, S.J.March 16, 2022

Patrick E. Kelly is the 14th supreme knight of the Knights of Columbus, the world’s largest Catholic fraternal service organization. He took office on March 1, 2021.

Faith Of Many Things
Matt Malone, S.J.March 14, 2022

America is launching a groundbreaking national marketing campaign. We’re calling it #OwnYourFaith.

Pope Francis gives his blessing after leading the Angelus from the window of his studio overlooking St. Peter's Square at the Vatican March 13, 2022.
Faith Your Take
Our readersMarch 16, 2022

America’s readers respond to an article by Terence Sweeney’s in which he says that supporting Pope Francis is fully compatible with being a “traditional” Catholic.

A crown of thorns and three nails rest on the edge of a wooden cross.
Politics & Society Editorials
The EditorsMarch 16, 2022

The promise of eternal life must lead to greater forgiveness and reconciliation, not passivity in the face of injustice. Such reconciliation can come about only when judgment is left in the hands of God.

Faith Short Take
John DearFebruary 23, 2022

Dr. Paul Farmer was world-renowned for his medical achievements, but he also had a profound impact on friends and colleagues who saw him as a person of great holiness.

Energy from the wind in Roscommon. iStock photo.
Politics & Society Dispatches
Kevin HargadenJanuary 13, 2022

Movies set in Ireland rarely omit the trope of the aerial shot of rolling green fields. After all, it is the Emerald Isle. Or is it?