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Paris 1919 Revisted

June 24, 2019

Vol. 220 / No. 14

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A Latin American family gathers at Notre Dame aux Riches Claires in Brussels. Photo by Melissa Vida.
Politics & Society Dispatches
Melissa VidaJune 04, 2019

In a country where the Hispanic community is dispersed and Latin American restaurants and organizations are few, Notre Dame aux Riches Claires is the go-to gathering place for migrants and refugees who want to be reminded of home.

A prayer gathering at Friendship House in Fayetteville
Faith Dispatches

At a new residential complex in North Carolina, graduate students and adults with developmental disabilities share living quarters and meet in prayer.

A man walks past the former Church of the Nativity in New York City in December 2018. It was deconsecrated in 2017. (CNS photo/Gregory A. Shemitz) 
Faith Dispatches

The number of U.S. parishes without resident pastors has leveled off to about 3,400, according to the latest data from CARA—but only after dioceses have closed down thousands of churches since 1990.

Politics & Society Features
Philip K. HowardJune 14, 2019

Most Americans want Washington to change how it works. But attacking Washington is like punching into fog.

Politics & Society Features
Michael McKinleyJune 14, 2019

Bitcoin has value because people believe in it and evangelize it, and the more that value increases, the more incentive there is to evangelize it.

Faith Faith and Reason

We do not join with one another to be politically correct or to celebrate diversity. We do so because we believe that salvation is communal.

Faith Faith in Focus
Vivian CabreraApril 12, 2019

The final design of the graffiti mural, along with the choice of artist to paint it, were great ways to highlight the bold moves the university was making.