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April 2023

Vol. 228 / No. 4

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Faith Jesuit School Spotlight
J.D. Long GarcíaMarch 16, 2023

Sofia Bell was recently selected to play in the 2023 McDonald’s All-American Games and had offers from schools like Gonzaga, Notre Dame and Stanford.

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Politics & Society Of Many Things
Maurice Timothy ReidyMarch 16, 2023

“Our communion is unsure of itself.” We must “recover a sense of what holds us together.” The stakes are very high for our church, and listening to one another is the first step on a much longer journey.

a bas relief sculpture of black people from slavery to emancipation with holy spirit above them
Politics & Society Your Take
Our readersMarch 16, 2023

Read the responses to Christopher J. Kellerman, S.J., on the Catholic Church's history with slavery. Comments were gathered from the online version of the article.

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Faith Editorials
The EditorsMarch 16, 2023

That the Lord seeks not to punish us for our sins but to call us all back to holiness is a conviction so strong among theologians in the church in the modern age that it risks becoming a truism.

Pope Francis greets children not yet corrupted by Economics 101 classes on Christmas Eve in St. Peter’s Basilica on Dec. 24, 2022. (CNS photo/Paul Haring)
Politics & Society Short Take
Richard A. LevinsFebruary 17, 2023

I introduced students to a worldview completely at odds with the one expressed by Pope Francis. In doing so, I rationalized greed and dismissed the idea of a common good.

Politics & Society Dispatches
Filipe DominguesFebruary 13, 2023

Devastated by malnutrition and preventable diseases like flu, pneumonia, anemia, malaria and diarrhea, the Yanomami people have been called victims of a contemporary genocide by government authorities.

Faith Dispatches
J.D. Long GarcíaFebruary 23, 2023

The changing demographics of the Catholic Church in the United States raises the question: How well do Cardinal Robert McElroy’s views reflect the various perspectives present in the growing Latino community?