The Catholic Church has renewed efforts to fight racism in the U.S., but Black Lives Matter deserves credit for keeping our attention on racial justice.
Religion is still more vibrant in the U.S. than in Europe—but there are striking exceptions to the cliché
U.S. religious belief has been more resilient than in other modernized, affluent countries. Still, weekly churchgoing pales compared with Poland.
We can see and judge the unjust treatment of refugees and migrants by the United States. Now we must address the root causes of the injustice.