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Apostrophes to Mary

December 23, 2019

Vol. 221 / No. 14

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A major fire at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris this past April left many readers asking, “Where was God?” (AP Photo/Rafael Yaghobzadeh)
Politics & Society Dispatches
Robert David SullivanDecember 13, 2019

Articles that tackled perplexing questions (“Why Do Some Catholics Oppose Pope Francis?” “Where Was God When Notre Dame Was in Flames?”) were especially popular with our readers in 2019. But what else made the hit list?

Refugees sponsored by the Vatican and the Sant’Egidio Community hold a banner supporting “Human Corridors” upon their arrival at Fiumicino airport on Dec. 4. (AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino)
Politics & Society GoodNews

Since February 2016, Sant’Egidio has been able to bring 3,026 refugees into Europe using humanitarian corridors. Italy, thanks to the commitment of its episcopal conference and Protestant community, has welcomed the majority of the refugees brought in by Sant’Egidio, reaching a total of 2,448, most

Faith Features
Adam A.J. Deville December 13, 2019

Members of the Society of Jesus have been among the relatively few Catholic Christians with a discerning appreciation for Freud.

Faith Features
Mary Szybist December 13, 2019

A poet reflects in the 2019 George W. Hunt, S.J., Prize essay.

Faith Faith and Reason
Richard G. MalloyNovember 06, 2019

Does the famous "Arrupe Prayer" owe a debt of gratitude to Bernard Lonergan, S.J.?

Faith Faith in Focus
Peggy WeberDecember 13, 2019

Hint: It’s not a toy.

Arts & Culture Books
Ryan Di CorpoOctober 11, 2019

In all, Father Collins understands Newman not as “a stainless saint,” but as a dutiful friend and a multifaceted defender of the Catholic faith.