There is something to learn from the fact that discussion at the synod on the most difficult topics was neither rushed to a conclusion nor closed absolutely.
Our readers respond to Vatican correspondent Gerard O’Connell’s interview with Cardinal Christophe Pierre, the apostolic nuncio to the United States since 2016.
As voters in the United States approach another presidential election, how can this synodal experience inform the ways that U.S. Catholics engage in political conversation?
Some humility about how much we really know can help prevent toxic rhetoric when we talk about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict with family, friends and colleagues of different faiths.
The protest was organized over social media, where it was dubbed “Call to the Dáil,” drawing participants from far-right groups and individuals nurturing a host of grievances and anxieties about contemporary Irish society, from Covid-19 conspiracies to immigration and transgender issues, housing
Cardinal Seán O’Malley of Boston is urging local Catholics to contribute resources for migrants arriving in Massachusetts, calling the situation a "major humanitarian and societal crisis."
Exclusive interview: Cardinal Cupich on the end of the first session of the Synod on Synodality.