In this country, we value youth but we don’t value beauty, mainly because we think they are the same thing. But beauty is related to memory in a way youth cannot be.
When President-elect Joe Biden becomes President Joe Biden on Jan. 20, 2021, what should his first 100 days look like?
As Covid-19 vaccines become available, is crucial that all government agencies work through the ethical conundrums of vaccine distribution beforehand—and be prepared to make hard decisions.
The pandemic has us spending more hours than ever in front of video screens, but Conor Kelly writes that TV steals time we could use to better understand ourselves, our loved ones and God.
Did Catholic voters consider the marginalized in this year’s election? Shannon K. Evans writes that personal encounters with those whose rights are threatened can make a difference.
Could French president Macron’s moves to counter the threat of homegrown Islamic extremism in the end “boomerang,” leading only to greater alienation of Muslim youth from French society?
Even decades after McCarrick’s abuse, seminaries are still learning how best to equip their students to recognize and report inappropriate behavior. A new working group wants to help.