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Migrants wait to be processed after crossing the border on Jan. 6, 2023, near Yuma, Ariz. The Biden administration says it will generally deny asylum to migrants who show up at the U.S. southern border without first seeking protection in a country they passed through. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull, File)
President Biden said the right things during the 2020 campaign, but his immigration policy is beginning to resemble that of Donald Trump.
A Reflection for the Solemnity of St. Joseph, by Kaya Oakes
four men sit at a table in front of a large crowd in a makeshift courtroom in the vatican museums
Ten people are on trial in the Vatican, facing multiple charges regarding the Vatican Secretariat of State’s investment in a property on Sloane Avenue in London. The Vatican lost more than $200 million on the deal.
President Daniel Ortega of Nicaragua suspended diplomatic ties with the Vatican in what appears to be retaliation for Pope Francis’ likening his regime to “a communist dictatorship in 1917, or a Hitlerian one in 1935.”
A Reflection for Saturday of the Third Week in Lent, by Ricardo da Silva, S.J.
A conversation with Bishop Brennan about what it’s like to switch dioceses as a bishop and the future of parish life in an era of church closings and reorganization.
a cross in between two black and white stock image heads with a blue background, the heads face away from each other
What is the way out of polarization? And why does that question—along with the now-commonplace observation that society suffers from deepening divisions about everything from gun control to abortion to public funding for religious schools—seem so exhausting?
what he called my crab consciousness, merely his description for my either avoiding or digging a hole
Robert Rubsam
'The Passenger' and 'Stella Maris,' Cormac McCarthy's elegiac, disputatious and deeply odd pair of new novels, offers a typically offbeat take on American culture and society.
Our task as sacristans is to attend to small acts of care in a world that is too often inattentive and careless.