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September 2023

Vol. 229 / No. 2

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Students from Fordham Prep and other Viva House volunteers join Brendan Walsh, at left in dark blue shirt, and his wife Willa Bickham, standing below, on the steps of Viva House in Baltimore, Md., in March 2023.
Faith Jesuit School Spotlight
Michael G. ConsidineAugust 17, 2023

In 1960, three young men graduated from Fordham Preparatory School and set out on paths that would painfully clash as the Vietnam War unfolded. 

Faith Your Take
Our readersAugust 17, 2023

In her feature, Eve Tushnet describes a curriculum she is creating to welcome young L.G.B.T. Catholics. The article elicited numerous responses from our readers.

Faith Editorials
The EditorsAugust 09, 2023

We must become a church that accompanies its people and is attuned to their hopes, doubts and lived experiences.

Two young women sit on the grass beneath the main entrance sign to Trinity Washington University, in Washington D.C., and smile toward the camera. (CNS photo/Tyler Orsburn)
Politics & Society Short Take
Jonathan Malesic July 19, 2023

Many Catholic colleges are facing an existential crisis. The prudent strategy is to identify what makes them distinctive and seek a niche where they can flourish.

Politics & Society Dispatches
Judith SudilovskyJune 29, 2023

A journalist in Israel, dressed as a priest, was spat on by ultra-orthodox Jewish extremists. Attacks against Christian groups in the region are increasing over recent years.

Migrants walk along concertina wire as they try to cross the Rio Grande at the Texas-U.S. border in Eagle Pass, Texas, Thursday, July 6, 2023. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)
Politics & Society Dispatches
Kevin ClarkeJuly 20, 2023

In an email exchange between a Texas state trooper and his supervisor, the trooper reported receiving orders in encounters with migrating people that he called “inhumane.”