“Fox and Friends” co-hosts Steve Doocy, Rachel Campos-Duffy and Brian Kilmeade (Screen shot from "Fox and Friends," Fox News channel)
Politics & SocietyShort Take
Kevin Clarke
Accusing Catholic Charities of having a “profit motive,” the talking heads of Fox News showed a misunderstanding of the agency’s essential role in providing social services, writes Kevin Clarke.
Arts & CultureBooks
Daniel Burke
The best essays in 'The God Beat' are quietly reflective, deeply informed, subjective but not solipsistic.
FaithOf Many Things
Matt Malone, S.J.
To overcome polarization and ideological partisanship—both in the church and in the culture—requires attention to diverse opinions and a variety of perspectives. America's inclusive approach is an attempt to do just that.
Associated Press Religion Writer Rachel Zoll, second from right, receives a visit in Amherst, Mass., on Oct. 26, 2018, from Managing Editor Brian J. Carovillano, editor at large Jerry Schwartz, and Deputy Managing Editor Sarah L. Nordgren after being awarded an Oliver S. Gramling Journalism Award for being AP's pre-eminent voice on religion for more than a decade. (Cheryl Zoll via AP)
David Crary - Associated Press
Zoll covered religion in all its aspects, from the spiritual to the political, and her stories reached a global audience.
Rosalind Russell as Hildy Johnson in ‘His Girl Friday’; Marty Baron, formerly of the Washington Post; and Steve Novotney, a newspaper entrepreuner in West Virginia (photos: Alamy, AP, and John W. Miller) 
Politics & SocietyThe Moral Economy
John W. Miller
Journalism gets attention when it breaks big stories about institutions like Enron and the Catholic Church. But they can only do that work if they are consistently read — and broadly trusted.
FaithFaith and Reason
Thomas J. Reese
The divisions in our country are deep on issues like racism and economic inequality, as well as on education, cultural values and lifestyles. Likewise, our church is divided. What are communicators to do in the face of these divisions?