J.D. Long-García
“Jesus thought we were worth dying for,” the retired archbishop of Philadelphia said. ”There must be a lot of things that we ought to think are worth living and dying for.”
Nicholas D. Sawicki
Despite public tension between some bishops and Joe Biden, Melissa Rogers, director of the White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships, is confident the administration will be able to work closely with the bishops.
Politics & SocietyInterviews
William Critchley-Menor, S.J.
American Jesuit histories often minimize the important contributions that enslaved people made.
Erika Rasmussen
After growing up Baptist, Nate Tinner-Williams became a Roman Catholic in December 2019. Now, after a move to New Orleans, he is planning to enter the seminary of the Josephites.
Photo of Will Arbery, upper left, and “Heroes of the Fourth Turning,” upper right, courtesy Playwrights Horizon. Bottom photo: Catholic News Service
Arts & CultureInterviews
Rob Weinert-Kendt
“There’s a war coming, dude,” says one character to another in “Heroes of the Fourth Turning.” Was she right?
Michael J. O’Loughlin
An interview with Massimo Faggioli about what to expect from the second Catholic president