FaithNews Analysis
Zac Davis
Rare is the story that manages to be so depressing in so many ways. A recent report about a Catholic priest allegedly using an app for sexual activity is one of them.
Politics & SocietyNews Analysis
Colleen Dulle
The pope said business leaders should shift their focus to production, creating jobs and “investing in the common good, not hiding money in tax havens.”
Politics & SocietyNews Analysis
Thomas J. Reese
The bishops could be the Biden administration’s strongest allies in the region in alleviating the problems that force people to try to reach the United States.
FaithNews Analysis
Helen Costigane, S.H.C.J.
The latest revisions to Catholic Church law all point to significant gaps in the church’s law, requiring swift action from a canonical perspective.
FaithNews Analysis
Austen Ivereigh
While the optics of Boris Johnson's marriage in a Catholic church this weekend suggest a double standard, in fact the church seems to be treating him the same it would any divorced Catholic seeking to remarry.
Politics & SocietyNews Analysis
Charles C. Camosy
Under scrutiny is Mississippi’s statute protecting most prenatal children beyond 15 weeks of gestation.