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February 3, 2020

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Politics & Society Of Many Things
Matt Malone, S.J.January 24, 2020

In so many places, at so many times, forgiveness is the only way out. In that sense, nothing is more practical.

Arts & Culture Your Take
Our readersJanuary 24, 2020

Our readers answer the question: What was the most spiritually significant film you saw in 2019?

Politics & Society Editorials
The EditorsJanuary 24, 2020

The killing of General Suleimani is only the latest—and by no means unique—example of reliance on an A.U.M.F. long after its passage and far outside its reasonable scope.

Politics & Society Editorials
The EditorsJanuary 24, 2020

Slower population growth in the United States is worrisome for the nation's economic growth, but welcoming immigrants and supporting families could be a viable solution, write the Editors.

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Arts & Culture Short Take
Santiago RamosNovember 04, 2019

Humanities education is imperiled and undervalued in an a society that worships short-term usefulness, writes Santiago Ramos. But there is a rebellion in defense of educating the soul.

Rural Fire Service crews engage in property protection during wildfires along the Old Hume Highway near the town of Tahmoor, Australia, outside Sydney, Dec. 19, 2019. Wildfires have been burning since August and have destroyed an area comparable to the combined region of the Netherlands and Belgium. (CNS photo/Dean Lewins, AAP via Reuters)
Politics & Society Dispatches
Ben WilkieJanuary 10, 2020

The nation’s Catholics have started to reflect on their long-term responsibilities in the face of this unprecedented environmental catastrophe.

In this Sunday, Feb 18, 2018 file photo, refugees and migrants are rescued by aid workers of the Spanish NGO Proactiva Open Arms, after leaving Libya trying to reach European soil aboard an overcrowded rubber boat, 60 miles north of Al-Khums, Libya. (AP Photo/Olmo Calvo, file)
Politics & Society Dispatches
Kevin ClarkeJanuary 14, 2020

The executive order, issued in September, requires for the first time that resettlement agencies get written consent from state and local officials in any jurisdiction where they hope to place refugees after June 2020.