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March 2021

Vol. 224 / No. 3

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Politics & Society Dispatches
Marko PhiriJanuary 25, 2021

As the government attempts reburial of victims of the genocide, family members and Catholic church officials charge that the government is attempting to prevent a thorough historical accounting.

First day of vaccinations against Covid-19 on Jan.18, at Christ the Redeemer, during an event hosted by the Archdiocese in Rio de Janeiro. Terezinha da Conceição receives her shot from nursing technician Dulcinéia da Silva Lopes. Fernando Frazão/Agência Brasil
Politics & Society Dispatches
Filipe DominguesJanuary 29, 2021

Despite Brazil’s successes with vaccines, during the Covid-19 pandemic more Brazilians than ever have come to fear vaccination efforts because of disinformation campaigns.

Republican members of the U.S. House of Representatives take their oath of office on the floor of the House Chamber during the first session of the 117th Congress on Capitol Hill in Washington on Jan. 3, 2021. (CNS photo/Joshua Roberts, Reuters)
Politics & Society Dispatches
America StaffFebruary 18, 2021

From 1965 to 2021, the Catholic share of the House rose from 22 percent to 31 percent, and the Catholic share of the Senate rose from 14 percent to 24 percent.

Politics & Society Features
Nathan SchneiderJanuary 25, 2021

After all the hope I and others felt as the story of 2011 swept across the world, the accounting of the decade since leans mightily toward disaster.

Faith Faith in Focus
Molly CahillFebruary 18, 2021

An interview with Grace Cotter Regan, the first woman president of BC High

Faith Faith in Focus
Geoffrey MackeyFebruary 18, 2021

During Lent, we mirror the mercy of God when we forgive others.

Faith Faith in Focus
Elizabeth SimcoeFebruary 18, 2021

Hint: It involves sunrises, bus passes, Mass and lots of patience.