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FaithFaith in Focus
Joe Laramie, S.J.
The rectory is dead. Long live the rectory!
Christopher Parker
Young adults with autism have few places to turn when the services they received as children end. This leads many autistic adults to live at home for years with parents who worry for their children as they age.
A man sits on a park bench with his head down and a cloth bag of his belongings next to him .(iStock/Srdjanns74)
Politics & SocietyShort Take
Dwayne David Paul
Rather than make it easier to find affordable housing, governments at all levels are trying to “solve” homelessness by criminalizing the actions of homeless people.
A man and woman sit close together and share an intimate moment in a play rehearsal .
Arts & CultureIdeas
Rhoda Feng
“Love,” a new play by Alexander Zeldin, is not a grim report on poverty nor a blistering call for social reform, but simply lets the poor speak their own stories.
A rally against assisted suicide on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Ontario, in October 2020. (CNS photo/Art Babych)
Politics & SocietyDispatches
Miriane Demers-Lemay
For a young woman with acute environmental hypersensitivity, applying to government authorities for assistance with dying has proved far easier than dealing with the housing bureaucracy.
Politics & SocietyShort Take
Robert David Sullivan
The great replacement theory and its undisguised racism have horrified all but the most right-wing political leaders.