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Angela Alaimo O’Donnell pictured with Dion DiMucci (photo courtesy of Fordham University)
Arts & CultureMusic
Angela Alaimo O'Donnell
Dion a great artist who continues to write and record music even now. But he is also a devoted Catholic, having returned to the faith of his childhood in midlife.
A marker in Indianapolis describes the history of a 1907 Indiana eugenics law
Arts & CultureIdeas
John P. Slattery
Of the many things that the history of eugenics should teach modern society, two stand out. First, not all questions are good questions. Second, statistics can be warped to tell you pretty much anything you want.
FaithFaith and Reason
Eryn Reyes Leong
With the creation of A.I., anthropomorphized chatbots are one critical example of how the rapidly advancing technology is testing the limits of the human condition.
Colleen Jurkiewicz
The church helped me heal after my miscarriage. That’s what every grieving mother deserves.
FaithFaith and Reason
William T. Ditewig
Eliminating a seminary diaconate is not only possible but necessary for envisioning a mature and fully formed diaconate for the future.
Kerry Weber
The institutional church is trying to reimagine parish life and make the best use of its resources by consulting both professionals and people in the pews.