As a young teacher at Canisius High School in Buffalo, N.Y., John W. Donohue, S.J., worked with Thomas J. Jones, the senior member of the lay faculty: “From him I was to learn more about the practice of teaching than from any book or course in education.”
In November, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops approved a teaching document on the Eucharist at their fall meeting by a vote of 222 to 8, with three abstaining. Our coverage elicited hundreds of comments. Here are some samples.
The United States must be capable of holding to account those who abandon deliberative self-governance for a politics based on exploiting outrage and resentment.
Canadians have embraced coronavirus vaccination in large numbers and are feeling a deepening exasperation with the unvaccinated.
Sister Sylvia Ndubuaku: “We are for women the society has rejected. We receive traumatized women with this illness and we perform free surgeries for them.”
Social trust cannot be achieved without working through the long-standing resentments of those populist masses who perceive themselves as the ‘deplorables’ of the elite.
What does the church really teach about this widely misunderstood process, and how does it play out in the lives of ordinary Catholics?