Rachel Lu September 18, 2020
It is some comfort to recall that Catholics have already survived many difficult periods like our own.
Bill McCormick, S.J. August 28, 2020
A new proposal for how Christians can engage a post-Christian American politics.
In this 2017 file photo, a statue of Jesuit missionary Father Eusebio Kino stands in Kino Park in Nogales, Ariz. On July 13, 2020, Pope Francis recognized Father Kino's heroic virtues, giving him the title "venerable" and advancing his sainthood cause. (CNS photo/Nancy Wiechec)
Kevin Clarke July 15, 2020
Kino was ”a classic example of the 17th-century philosopher-scientist, where faith meets science,” remembered as a defender of the Indigenous people of what would become the United States of America and Mexico.
Archbishop Rino Fisichella, president of the Pontifical Council for Promoting New Evangelization, has said that catechesis is a process in leading young people to a personal relationship with Jesus.
U.S. Redemptorist Father Joe Maier blesses a woman during Thai New Year festivities in 2018 at his Mercy Centre in Bangkok. The 80-year-old priest has been working in the slums of Bangkok for more than 40 years. (CNS photo/courtesy Tibor Krausz) 
A Redemptorist priest, Father Joe Maier, reflects on his nearly 50 years as a missionary in Bangkok, Thailand.
Msgr. John E. Kozar, having completed nine years of service as head of the Catholic Near East Welfare Association, is retiring from his post and reflects on his time as CNEWA head and on what he plans to do next.