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May 2022

Vol. 226 / No. 6

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Norberto Hernandez, Braylon Howard, Christian Mendoza and Adan Clemente, students at Verbum Dei High School in Los Angeles (photo courtesy Verbum Dei High School).
Faith Jesuit School Spotlight
J.D. Long-GarcíaApril 21, 2022

Students at Verbum Dei spend four days a week in school and one day a week in a corporate work-study program.

Faith News Analysis
Colleen DulleMarch 21, 2022

After nine years, Pope Francis has unveiled a major reform of the Vatican Curia—though its emphases may sound familiar.

Faith Of Many Things
America StaffApril 21, 2022

In Memoriam | Drew Christiansen, S.J. | February 20, 1945—April 6, 2022 | 13th Editor in Chief, 2005 to 2012

Faith Your Take
Our readersApril 21, 2022

Readers respond to story about the future of women in the church in light of a new constitution for the Roman Curia.

Politics & Society Editorials
The EditorsApril 21, 2022

President Biden has an opportunity in this crisis. The American people want to help Ukrainians threatened by Vladimir Putin’s vicious war.

People line up to receive hot food in an improvised bomb shelter in Mariupol, Ukraine, on March 7, 2022. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)
Politics & Society Short Take
Drew ChristiansenMarch 08, 2022

Does the “responsibility to protect” doctrine call for Western action in Ukraine? Perhaps not through military intervention, but certainly in efforts toward recovery, reconstruction and reconciliation.

Bishop Cipollini prays with the faithful during a 'missionary pastoral visit' to São Caetano do Sul, in the state of São Paulo, Brazil, in September 2016. Photo courtesy: Diocese of Santo André
Faith Dispatches
Filipe DominguesMarch 11, 2022

“It is clericalism that prevents the church today from being missionary,” Bishop Cipollini said. “I have great hope that the synod on synodality can make clericalism collapse—perhaps not entirely, but at least in its major strongholds.”