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March 2022

Vol. 226 / No. 3

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Third graders enjoy an outdoor physical education class at Tomsk Catholic School in Siberia. The school educates students from kindergarten through 11th grade (photo: Janez Sever, S.J.).
Faith Jesuit School Spotlight
Thomas M. SimiskyFebruary 17, 2022

My new motto has become, “Preach the Exercises always; when necessary, use words.”

People cross London’s Westminster Bridge as the Houses of Parliament are pictured silhouetted at sunset Dec. 4, 2020.
Politics & Society Of Many Things
Matt Malone, S.J.February 17, 2022

The Palace of Westminster’s architecture and design are not proposing a new religion or alternative deity. Rather, they reflect a pre-existing reality, specifically, a Christian imagination.

Flat illustration of people talking together with colorful speech bubbles above their heads.
Faith Your Take
Our readersFebruary 17, 2022

Readers respond to the February 2022 editorial about how the listening phase of the 2023 Synod of Bishops should listen to the views of Catholics who have left the church.

A limited number of faithful attend an Easter Mass in the San Lorenzo in Lucina church in Rome, April 4, 2021.
Politics & Society Editorials
The EditorsFebruary 17, 2022

As the world begins to emerge from the most recent surge of the Covid-19 pandemic, how do we return to normal? And what should normal mean?

Faith Short Take
Terence SweeneyJanuary 28, 2022

Both critics and supporters fail to see the traditionalism of Pope Francis. Let us share his confidence in Christ. Let us join him in guarding the tradition and preaching the good news.

A prelate wearing a protective mask looks on as Salvadoran President Nayib Bukele takes part in a meeting at the Presidential House in San Salvador May 3, 2021. (CNS photo/Secretaria de Prensa de La Presidencia handout via Reuters)
Politics & Society Dispatches
David InczauskisJanuary 24, 2022

President Bukele enjoys strong popularity at home and in neighboring Central American countries, but his government faces accusations of authoritarianism and corruption.

Politics & Society Dispatches
J.D. Long GarcíaJanuary 31, 2022

Most young Catholics are Latino, but only 17 percent of Catholic students are. This Catholic high school is trying to change that.