Social Justice

Kate Stein May 31, 2019
A new book on sea-level rise by Elizabeth Rush is a welcome addition to the small but growing canon on what the changing climate means for U.S. residents.
Catholic News Service May 30, 2019
Police in Vietnam have detained a Catholic social justice advocate for "producing, disseminating or spreading information and documents aimed at undermining" the country.
People walk past a sculpture with the Euro currency logo outside the European Parliament building in Brussels on May 15, 2019. Europeans from 28 countries will head to the polls May 23-26 to choose lawmakers to represent them at the European Parliament for the next five years. (AP Photo/Francisco Seco)
Melissa Vida May 16, 2019
The far right has been splintered among several parties in the European Parliament. But if the movement wins more seats and unites behind a pan-European party, it could become decisive in continental politics.
Martin E. O'Malley May 07, 2019
A 1992 interview with Jean Vanier, founder of L'Arche.
Joe Hoover, S.J. April 24, 2019
Entrepreneurs like Jeff Bezos talk about being “innovators” and “disrupters,” but really they are not—not in truly world-shaking ways. Imagine if they announced to the world: We are doubling the wages of our warehouse workers, increasing benefits. We are becoming, for God’s sake, a cooperative.
Tinamarie Stolz April 17, 2019
The lesson I take from Jesus’ washing of the feet is this: I do not decide which lives have value and dignity; God does.