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What Do Colleges Owe Athletes?

March 30, 2020

Vol. 222 / No. 7

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A man receives ashes during Ash Wednesday Mass inside the Church of the Assumption in Lagos, Nigeria, Feb. 26, 2020. (CNS photo/Nyancho NwaNri, Reuters)
Politics & Society Dispatches
Shola Lawal March 05, 2020

The Lenten season has begun, and more Nigerians are likely to attend religious gatherings. To stall a possible outbreak, however, Archbishop Alfred Martins of the Archdiocese of Lagos said contact should be restricted.

Following, carefully, in his father’s footsteps—Homero Gómez in El Rosario. Photo by Jan-Albert Hootsen.
Politics & Society Dispatches
Jan-Albert HootsenMarch 09, 2020

A shadow hangs over El Rosario where each year millions of monarch butterflies alight on the reserve's fir trees. Two local protectors of Mexico's monarch preserve have been killed, and so far, no one can say what happened to them.

Faith Features
Bill CainMarch 20, 2020

A life in the Society of Jesus.

Politics & Society Features
Kevin JacksonMarch 20, 2020

A changing legal landscape in college sports has renewed the discussion of what is “fair” for college athletes when it comes to compensation.

Faith Faith and Reason
Brian P. BennettMarch 20, 2020

Seeing the proselytizing success of the Jesuits in Eastern Europe, some Orthodox clerics decided to defend their expression of the faith using the very tools that were challenging it.

Faith Faith in Focus
Kerry WeberMarch 02, 2020

Jesus Christ, you traveled through towns and villages “curing every disease and illness.” Come to our aid now, that we may experience your healing love.

Faith Faith in Focus
Sherri RetifMarch 20, 2020

St. Ignatius invites us to discern spiritual meaning in everyday experience. I have found that such discoveries occur frequently on the basketball court.