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Colleen Dulle
The meetings of Pope Francis’ Council of Cardinal Advisors generally do not garner much attention, but since last year’s synod, they have made headlines thanks to a series of presentations organized by Sister Linda Pocher, F.M.A.
Sydney Sweeney in ‘Immaculate’ (Neon)
Arts & CultureFilm
Jake Martin
“Immaculate” is a cut above its cinematic cohorts, due in no small part to its decidedly feminist take.
FaithFaith in Focus
Joe Pagetta
The mission of Assumption College for Sisters states that “through education and community,” the school “forms servant leaders who transform lives.”
Christmas nativity hand made by religious in Spain
Bridget Ryder
The Christmas fair in Madrid was the work of Fundación Contemplare, a nonprofit set up to help Spain’s monasteries continue a legacy of gourmet baked goods and handmade candies but also, more importantly, to support contemplative life and reconnect monasteries with the world around them.
Arts & CultureBooks
Michael E. Engh
In 'Katherine Drexel and the Sisters Who Shared Her Vision,' the historian Margaret McGuinness has performed another valuable service to American Catholic history.
Arts & CultureCatholic Book Club
James T. Keane
In 2012, the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith declared that 'Just Love,' by Margaret Farley, R.S.M., could not be used in Catholic classrooms. It was a different era in the church.