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February 2024

Vol. 230 / No. 2

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Special needs student Peter Marvin, a freshman, completes an assignment with the assistance of Landon Lewis, a senior and one of his peer mentors, at DeSmet Jesuit High School in St. Louis on Sept. 6, 2023
Faith Jesuit School Spotlight
Tom TracyJanuary 18, 2024

At De Smet, students with disabilities attend four classes with their peers, including physical education/health, theology, art and music.

Politics & Society Of Many Things
Sam Sawyer, S.J.January 10, 2024

Whatever the court decides, Mr. Trump’s brazen refusal to accept the will of the voters or constitutional limits on presidential power still needs to be confronted and rejected.

Faith Your Take
Our readersJanuary 18, 2024

Delaney Coyne shared why she stays in a church plagued by the scandal of sexual abuse, eliciting responses from readers who have grappled with similar questions.

Faith Editorials
The EditorsJanuary 16, 2024

How can the church unite clarity of teaching with pastoral closeness to people in their struggles?

A group of students of different races wearing scrubs and white jackets and taking notes while sitting at classroom desks
Politics & Society Short Take
Stephen P. LuckeJanuary 12, 2024

The Supreme Court has limited the consideration of race in admissions, but Catholic schools may still pursue diversity by selecting students likely to advance social justice after they graduate.

Argentine President-elect Javier Milei addresses supporters in Buenos Aires on Nov. 19
Politics & Society Dispatches
David AgrenDecember 08, 2023

The Argentine church received a message with the call Pope Francis made to Javier Milei: ”Lay off this guy” and “contribute to social peace.”

Activists demonstrate for climate justice and a ceasefire at the COP28 U.N. Climate Summit, Dec. 9, 2023, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong, File)
Politics & Society Dispatches
Kevin ClarkeDecember 15, 2023

“Faith actors at COP28 were there to be the moral voice of the climate talks, reminding negotiators that their words, the texts that they fight about, have real consequences in people’s lives.”