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Ricardo da Silva, S.J.
Disagreement gets a bad rap nowadays. Why?
The Rev. John Unni baptizes Natasha and Jan Hartman’s daughter at St. Cecilia Church in Boston, Mass. (photo: America Media)
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Jim McDermott
When you talk to Catholics about the church today, especially younger Catholics, a frequent complaint is that the church is not a welcoming place. How are we responding?
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Jim McDermott
Life in a multicultural parish is like a marriage: It can only work if people are listening to each other.
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On July 24–29, 2022, Pope Francis will make a historic visit to Canada, where he will meet with many Indigenous Peoples across the country and issue an in-person apology for the Catholic Church's involvement in the residential school system, which for nearly 200 years waged a cultural war on Canada's Indigenous Peoples.

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The Catholic struggle is real. But that’s what we’re here for. At America Magazine, we give you the tools to discuss, prod and wrestle with your faith, openly and without fear—to share your perspective on being a Catholic—as well as a human being.

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"What are you giving up for Lent this year?" It's a standard question, but maybe not the best one, as five young Jesuits in formation explain in this video. We hope their insight will help you think deeply about your Lenten practices this year.