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May 27, 2019

Vol. 220 / No. 12

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Politics & Society Of Many Things
Matt Malone, S.J.May 17, 2019

Social media, in other words, often deepens existing ideological and partisan divisions by reinforcing only those viewpoints with which we are already most inclined to agree, writes Matt Malone, SJ, in his latest column.

Politics & Society Your Take
Our readersMay 17, 2019

One hundred percent of respondents personally know someone who has served in the military.

Faith Your Take
Our readersMay 17, 2019

Francis in Romania

Faith Editorials
The EditorsMay 17, 2019

Will U.S. Catholics heed the call to take global action immediately? Or will our children and grandchildren live in a world drastically changed and terribly broken?

Faith Editorials
The EditorsMay 17, 2019

Religious Americans inhabit an increasingly secular culture. But we must not let legitimate concerns about our ability to live out our faith in public life blind us to the fears of our fellow citizens who feel their civil rights are up for debate.

Pope Francis greets Benedictine Abbot Bernardo Gianni during the Lenten retreat for the Roman Curia in Ariccia, Italy, on March 10. (CNS photo/Vatican Media via Reuters) 
Faith Short Take
Thomas J. ReeseApril 24, 2019

Reforming the Vatican Curia has been a goal since the Second Vatican Council, but so far the changes have failed to improve its efficiency or responsiveness. Pope Francis is trying again.

St. Ignatius Church, on the campus of the University of San Francisco (iStock/Bakstad)
Politics & Society Dispatches
Jim McDermottMay 06, 2019

The Jesuit university has achieved carbon neutrality through energy efficiency and also through the financial support of reforestation projects and other green initiatives around the world.