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Politics & SocietyFeatures
Sam Sawyer, S.J. Patrick Gilger, S.J.
The church’s passion for justice arises not only from its moral certainty, but even more from its solidarity with those who are suffering.
Politics & SocietyFeatures
Francis J. Beckwith
It is difficult for a thoughtful Catholic to separate the wheat from the chaff in assessing secular social movements and causes. But we owe it to each other to try.
Politics & SocietyPodcasts
The Gloria Purvis Podcast
“Our word isn’t racism. It’s relationship.” Those are the words of Lynne Jackson, the great-great-granddaughter of Dred Scott, who joined “The Gloria Purvis Podcast” to discuss the Dred Scott decision and its ripple effects today.
FaithPodcasts
Jesuitical
A conversation with Patrick Saint-Jean, S.J., the author of “The Crucible of Racism.”
FaithPodcasts
The Gloria Purvis Podcast
On “The Gloria Purvis Podcast,” Gloria speaks with Father Manuel Williams about Sister Thea Bowman and the importance of Black spirituality and liturgy in the U.S. church.
Joanne Pereira sings the closing hymn during Sunday Mass at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Alexandria, Va., on Nov. 27, 2011. (CNS photo/Nancy Phelan Wiechec)
FaithShort Take
Robert Aaron Wessman, G.H.M.
Recognizing and celebrating diversity does not threaten unity in the church. Instead, it strengthens the ability of evangelizers to embrace people on the margins of society.