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This week on “Jesuitical,” Zac and Ashley talk with Professor Amir Hussain, a theology professor at Loyola Marymount University, about life and teaching as a Muslim at a Catholic university.
FaithFaith and Reason
Bryan N. Massingale
Observing Ramadan, a sacred time of fasting in the Islamic world, heightens my awareness of the afflictions that so many are forced to endure and the ways our world still needs healing.
The Muslim American vote is growing, and that represents an opportunity for the Republican Party. In photo: participants in the annual Muslim Day Parade along Madison Avenue in New York City on Sept. 25, 2022. (iStock/Ryan Rahman)
Politics & SocietyShort Take
Paul James Macrae
In Montgomery County, Md., Muslim parents have been protesting a sex-ed curriculum they say is insensitive to religious belief. Is this local battle a warning sign for Democrats nationally?
A woman holds aloft an opened copy of the Quran in a prayer space.
FaithShort Take
David E. Nantais
Catholic health care providers aim to heal the whole human person—body, mind and spirit. That means providing accommodations for to meet the needs of Muslim patients.
FaithFaith in Focus
Jordan Denari Duffner
Pope Francis set a goal early in his pontificate to have dialogue with various religions, especially Islam, and from his many gestures and encounters with Muslims, some profound lessons emerge.
Pope Francis dressed in white garments sits speaking to Sheikh Ahmad el-Tayeb dressed in black with a white hat
Nicole Winfield - Associated Press
Pope Francis joined Muslim, Christian and Jewish leaders on Friday in calling for the great religions to work together for peace.