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A young, internally displaced Afghan woman carries a child near their shelter at a camp on the outskirts of Kabul in June 2019. (CNS photo/Omar Sobhani, Reuters)
Politics & SocietyFeatures
J.D. Long-García
Many faith-based organizations are among those working to provide assistance. Returning to Afghanistan is simply not an option.
FaithFeatures
Laura Loker
While Catholic employers still have a long way to go in figuring out sustainable maternity leave policies, most are missing another easily implemented opportunity to support women and families more generally: offering part-time, flexible jobs.
FaithFeatures
Matt Malone, S.J.
For the last decade we have tried to help counter the effects of ideological partisanship by breaking down the echo chambers it relies on; to host a different kind of discourse, a forum for a diversity of viewpoints.
FaithFeatures
Kaya Oakes
It is crucial that church leaders are trained to be good communicators, which also means being good listeners. This training is especially important for priests, whose communications skills (or lack thereof) often set the tone for a parish.
FaithFeatures
Serena Sigillito
If we can accept that God loves us as we are, that we are worthy of love at any size, is it wrong to also desire to be thinner and to take steps to reach that goal?
Politics & SocietyFeatures
Benjamin E. Heidgerken
Catholicism was the established religion of colonial Haiti, the site of one of the largest populations of enslaved peoples in the Americas.