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FaithFeatures
Rachel Lu
The philosophy of Boethius and other medieval thinkers is much more relevant to today's society than we might think.
many people gathering in washington dc, people holding signs protesting abortion, one reads "I am the post-roe generation"
Politics & SocietyFeatures
Kerry Weber
“The march has always been about an end to Roe, but it’s also about an end to abortion.”
Pope Benedict XVI at the end of a general weekly audience in the fall of 2006 (photo: Alessandra Benedetti/Corbis via Getty Images).
FaithFeatures
David Gibson
Benedict’s resignation was a “Nixon to China” move, a radical departure from the most orthodox of popes and theologians.
a child stands holding some items of clothing as police move people from a camp in the background behind him
Politics & SocietyFeatures
J.D. Long-García
The end of Title 42 could lead to the restoration of asylum on the border. The end of the measure could allow these families to, at long last, find safe haven.
Monks from the Abbey of Our Lady of New Clairvaux walk the vineyards on the abbey’s property
FaithFeatures
Zac Davis
How the Catholic Church—from Jesus to Dom Perignon to modern monks—has helped perfect the art of winemaking
Politics & SocietyFeatures
Daniel Lipinski
Dan Lipinski, one of the last pro-life Democrats to serve in Congress, calls on the pro-life movement to come together on federal legislation that limits abortion and supports pregnant women and their children.