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Paris 1919 Revisted

June 24, 2019

Vol. 220 / No. 14

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Politics & Society Of Many Things
Matt Malone, S.J.June 14, 2019

Again, the bullet. Again, the agony. We are repeating the day over and over, writes Matt Malone, S.J.

Politics & Society Letters
Our readersJune 14, 2019

A Spiritual Work of Mercy

Faith Your Take
Our readersJune 14, 2019

Do you have a “guilty pleasure” hymn that you love?

Politics & Society Editorials
The EditorsJune 14, 2019

Religious liberty and the relationship between church and state are two issues that have long vexed the Catholic Church, particularly since the Enlightenment.

Number tiles await placement on the hymnal board. (iStock/linephoto)
Faith Short Take
John Zupez, S.J.May 08, 2019

A supposed need for variety imposes more and more hymns on congregants, but the cost of novelty can be the full, active participation of those in the pews, writes John Zupez, S.J.

The Notre-Dame Cathedral, in Quebec City, during celebrations on Dec. 12, 2015, for the Jubilee of Mercy (CNS photo/Philippe Vaillancourt, Presence)
Faith Dispatches

In the survey conducted online in early May and just published by the British Columbia-based Angus Reid Institute, 78 percent of all Canadians (including non-Catholics) gave the church a poor grade.

Italian Interior Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini holds a press conference in Milan, Italy, on May 27, the day after elections for the European Parliament. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)
Politics & Society Dispatches
Austen IvereighMay 31, 2019

The big story in the European elections, writes Austen Ivereigh, was the collapse of the centrist governing coalition, with a multiplicity of small parties on the rise. One hopeful sign: A record voter turnout.