Dispatches

Michael J. O’Loughlin March 18, 2019
The latest survey, conducted in January, found that 44 percent of white Catholics approve of President Trump’s job performance.
Filipe Domingues March 15, 2019
Brazil is still reeling three days after 10 people were killed by two young men who assaulted a São Paulo suburban school on March 12.
Members of an uncontacted tribe in the Brazilian state of Acre in 2012. Image courtesy of Agência de Notícias do Acre.
Filipe Domingues March 15, 2019
For many of these small groups, remaining uncontacted is a survival strategy.
J.D. Long-García March 14, 2019
U.S. and Mexican bishops urged “the administration to reverse this policy, which needlessly increases the suffering of the most vulnerable and violates international protocols.”
J.D. Long-García March 08, 2019
“The historical and practical importance of this ruling cannot be overstated,” according to the deputy director of the A.C.L.U.’s Immigrants’ Rights Project.
Yellow Vest Protesters march near the Eiffel Tower in Paris on March 2. (AP Photo/Kamil Zihnioglu)
Melissa Vida March 08, 2019
France’s Yellow Vest movement, sparked by a fuel tax increase, wants to be heard by the government. So do the students protesting climate change. The church says that both can find hope in “Laudato Si’.”