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The examen carved a space between me and the compulsion, just enough to breathe, to think and to make a deliberate choice.
What surviving cancer—for now—taught me about life.
No just law can stop solidarity at the arbitrary line of a border, nor can a just government require the church to condition the works of mercy on the immigration status of those in need.
Election poll worker Indira Barrios, 17, loans a pen to a voter at the La Quinta de Guadalupe retreat and conference center in San Diego on Nov. 4, 2008. (CNS photo/David Maung)
WIthout free and fair elections because we cannot effectively address any of the issues mentioned in “Faithful Citizenship,” from protecting the unborn to creating a more just economy.
If we could see the invisible saints watching over houses, whether imagined or not
Poems like these at the very least deserve more eyes on them, and we are more than happy to make that happen.
“If you are not challenged somewhere in your own moral thinking by reading [“Dignitas Infinita”], then you most likely have not read it thoroughly enough,” wrote Sam Sawyer, S.J., America’s editor in chief, in his Of Many Things column last month.
A Palestinian boy wounded in an Israeli strike waits to receive treatment at a hospital as Israeli forces launch a ground and air operation in the eastern part of Rafah, amid the ongoing Israel-Hamas war, in Rafah, in the southern Gaza Strip, May 7, 2024. (OSV News photo/Hatem Khaled, Reuters)
With more than one million displaced Palestinians staring famine in the face last week, it is hard to imagine that conditions could get any worse in Gaza. But they have.
Well, it isn’t the first time that Harrison Butker has missed wide right.
“It was a long time I wanted, desired, to be with them, to meet them,” Cardinal Pizzaballa, the Latin patriarch of Jerusalem, said of his visit to the resilient parish. “Now I had this possibility and am very happy.”