Journalism

Ashley McKinless July 13, 2018
A conversation with theologian, reporter and novelist Tara Isabella Burton
While Catholics throughout the Archdiocese of Baltimore offered prayers and support for the families and loved ones of five people murdered June 28 at the offices of the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, a former longtime sports editor for the newspaper mourned his friends as exceptional journalists
Pope Francis said that the use of new digital platforms requires a willingness to accept that "the attachment to the past may prove to be a dangerous temptation."
Vivian Cabrera April 06, 2018
The paradox of being from two places but having no real home is a phenomenon all immigrants grapple with. Jorge Ramos is no stranger to that experience.
Julio Ricardo Varela, from a 2015 appearance on MSNBC (screenshot from Latino USA)
Julio Ricardo Varela April 06, 2018
A lack of diversity on cable news means that white men get to disagree with each other, but Latinos are mistakenly thought to have one viewpoint.
According to the Catechism of the Catholic Church, "the souls of those who die in a state of mortal sin descend into hell."