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June 2023

Vol. 228 / No. 6

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Faith Jesuit School Spotlight
Ryan Di CorpoMay 18, 2023

Life-threatening mental health concerns affecting U.S. teens have reached a crisis point, complicated by a laundry list of social issues.

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Faith Of Many Things
Sam Sawyer, S.J.May 18, 2023

Spending three months away is not a usual move for someone recently installed as editor in chief of a magazine and media ministry. Please be assured that I will continue to accompany you in prayer in tertianship.

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Faith Your Take
Our readersMay 18, 2023

Readers respond to Sherry Antonetti, who wrote about the challenges she faces as a mother when taking her teenagers to Mass. Many readers had similar experiences.

two girls hold signs that read "i am the post-roe generation" at the march for life in dc in 2023
Politics & Society Editorials
The EditorsMay 18, 2023

Our society lacks the moral conviction that the unborn deserve protection in law. Pro-lifers must work to show that opposition to abortion is part of a moral vision, not mere political alignment.

a blurry young woman in a scarf sits on a bridge and looks at st peters basilica in the distance
Faith Short Take
Katie Owens MulcahyApril 28, 2023

The movement for restoring women to the diaconate is steeped in love and faith, not activism or anger. It is not just a “women’s issue” but a human issue.

Faith Dispatches
Christopher ParkerApril 11, 2023

Starting in March 2023, victims of sexual abuse in Saint Paul-Minneapolis who still wish to receive the Eucharist but find it too traumatic to enter a church can have the sacrament brought to them.

Election violence in 2018: Soldiers beat a female supporter of the opposition Movement for Democratic Change party of Nelson Chamisa outside the party's headquarters as they await the results of the general elections in August 2018 in Harare, Zimbabwe. (CNS photo/Mike Hutchings, Reuters)
Politics & Society Dispatches
Marko PhiriApril 18, 2023

Zimbabwe bishops condemned “heinous violent crimes” after videos circulated of opposition political supporters being attacked by suspected supporters of the ruling Zimababwe African National Union Patriotic Front.