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Politics & SocietyShort Take
John W. Miller
Investing for profit can be a Catholic virtue if the common good is kept in mind. So look for companies that provide the things essential for everyday life, like food and housing.
The Dorothy Day Staten Island Ferry arrives in New York for final preparation before her first commuter run on Nov. 8, the Catholic Worker co-founder’s 125th birthday. Photos by Kevin Clarke.
Kevin Clarke
Dorothy Day famously never wanted to be called a saint; how might she have responded to the idea of having a Staten Island ferry named after her?
people stand backs facing the camera, outside a church. some are young children and they carry bags
Politics & SocietyNews
Christopher Parker
As migrants are bussed into sanctuary cities, Catholic and other nonprofit charities have mobilized to welcome them. The charities are stretched thin but aim to help.
Jefferson, an 8-year old boy from Honduras, stands near his parents as he is questioned by a border patrol agent Aug. 26, 2022, after they smuggled across the Rio Grande into Roma, Texas. (CNS photo/Adrees Latif, Reuters)
Politics & SocietyEditorials
The Editors
Politicians may fear losing elections, but too many citizens seem to fear migrants and asylum seekers themselves.
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Politics & SocietyNews Analysis
Kevin Clarke
The Senate cafeteria workers are not asking for much—just an improved hourly rate that has a chance of catching up to inflation and something close to the health insurance abundance enjoyed by the senators they serve each day.
A picture of the Vatican
Junno Arocho Esteves - Catholic News Service
The Vatican released a new policy consolidating the investment portfolios of all offices and keeping all current and future investments in line with the social doctrine of the Catholic Church.