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A Reflection for the Memorial of Sts. Cornelius, Pope, and Cyprian, Bishop, Martyrs, by Delaney Coyne
“In a world divided, wounded and in need of healing, peace and reconciliation, La Civiltà Cattolica offers everyone a message of hope,” Nuno da Silva Gonçalves, S.J., said in reaction to the appointment.
A memorial march marks the 50th anniversary of Bloody Sunday in Derry, Northern Ireland, on Jan. 30, 2022. Families of the 14 unarmed Catholics killed by the British military in 1972 are challenging the British government's resistance to prosecuting the soldiers in the courts. (CNS photo/Clodagh Kilcoyne, Reuters)
With so many political and cultural forces arrayed against the Legacy and Reconciliation proposal, why has Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s government pressed on?
What unique challenges are seminarians are facing? How is counseling helping?
By following the Liturgy of Domestic Church Life we are able to implement simple, achievable practices that help us practice our baptismal mission to be priests, prophets and royals, both at home and in the world.
Photo of a newly married couple holding hands
This is what Peggy Sue learns: we all want a second chance at the past, but the real second chances only happen in the here and now.
I asked my fellow Gen-Xers on staff to reflect on this trend, and what may be contributing to it.
Irish poet and Nobel Prize winner Seamus Heaney at the University College Dublin, February 11, 2009 (Sean O’Connor/Wikimedia Commons)
Ten years after his death, commentators and admirers of Seamus Heaney are still looking for new ways to measure his life and work.
A migrant and her daughter wait for aid outside the offices of Catholic Charities in New York City, Aug. 16, 2022, after being transported via charter bus from Texas. (OSV News photo/David Delgado, Reuters)
According to the mayor’s office, more than 104,000 migrants have arrived in New York since the spring of 2022. Many went straight to Catholic Charities for help.
As Cardinal Matteo Zuppi, Pope Francis’ special envoy for peace in Ukraine, concluded his three-day visit to Beijing, surprising news came from Moscow.