Ecumenism

Sean Salai, S.J. October 11, 2019
The Rev. Dr. Will Adam, an official in the Anglican Communion, offers his perspective on the upcoming canonization of John Henry Newman.
A member of the Orange Order looks on July 12, 2016, at a temporary blockade put in place by police during the order's annual parade in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Loyalists were commemorating the 1690 defeat of the Catholic King James II by the Protestant Prince William of Orange. (CNS photo/Clodagh Kilcoyne, Reuters)
Joseph M. Brown, Gordon McCord October 02, 2019
The Troubles in Northern Ireland were worsened by the failure to build social bridges between Protestants and Catholics, write Joseph M. Brown and Gordon McCord. The lesson applies to divisions in our own time.
Colleen Dulle September 18, 2019
This week on “Inside the Vatican,” the hosts discuss new comments by the Superior General of the Society of Jesus about Pope Francis’ critics.
Sean Salai, S.J. September 03, 2019
John Sexton, an American attorney and former president of New York University, reflects on serving as a Catholic educator at a secular university, increased political polarization in the U.S. and his newest book "Standing for Reason: The University in a Dogmatic Age."
The front office of Miracle Hill Ministries in Greenville, S.C. RNS photo by Yonat Shimron
For the first time in its 82-year history, Miracle Hill Ministries will allow Catholics to serve as volunteers and employees in its vast network of homeless shelters, thrift stores and drug-recovery programs and as parents to foster children in its government-funded foster care agency.
Courtney Beck July 24, 2019
After a decade away from weekly Catholic worship, I realize that Roman Catholicism offers me the opportunity to see the world through the eyes of a poet.