Stephen G. Adubato September 23, 2020
‘No political party is perfect. I keep saying that no matter who’s in the White House come Nov. 3, Jesus Christ is still on the throne.’
Ashley McKinless, Zac Davis September 23, 2020
Bishop Barron on talking to atheists, young people and the Black Lives Matter Movement.
Photos: courtesy of Robert McTeigue, S.J. and Ignatius Press
Sean Salai, S.J. September 05, 2020
An interview with academic philosopher and theologian Robert McTeigue, S.J.
Rev. Matthew Hood thumbs through a missal at the altar of St. Lawrence Parish in Utica, Mich., on Aug. 21, 2020. Finding out he wasn’t a priest was a painful realization, but it came with the grace of knowing God’s providence, he said. (CNS photo/Michael Stechschulte, Detroit Catholic)
Simcha Fisher August 26, 2020
Simcha Fischer speaks with Father Matthew Hood, the priest from Utica, Mich., who recently learned his baptism as an infant had been invalid.
Bishop Mitchell T. Rozanski of Springfield, Mass., addresses the congregation alongside Lutheran Bishop Donald Kreiss, chair of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America's ecumenical and interreligious relations committee, during a March 2, 2017, prayer service in Chicago. (CNS photo/Karen Callaway, Chicago Catholic) 
Sean Salai, S.J. August 03, 2020
Archbishop-elect Rozanski will arrive in St. Louis at a difficult time, as pandemic anxieties and protests against racism rock the city.
Camden Minacci (photo: Pete Young - Jesuit High School Tampa)
Sean Salai, S.J. July 09, 2020
A conversation with Jesuit High School Tampa graduate Camden Minacci.