Voices
Anna Keating is the co-author of The Catholic Catalogue: A Field Guide to the Daily Acts That Make Up a Catholic Life.
Abby Wambach and Glennon Doyle in Portland, Ore., 2017 (Greg Wahl-Stephens/AP Images for WME Live ventures, LLC)
Arts & CultureIdeas
Anna Keating
For Catholics, the basic unit of society is the family and our local church, not the individual.
A March for Life rally in front of the Colorado Capitol in Denver on Jan. 17, 2015. (CNS photo/Eileen Walsh)
Politics & SocietyShort Take
Anna Keating
Colorado is one of seven states that allows abortion for any reason until birth, writes Anna Keating. But a movement to ban abortion after 22 weeks may finally find success on Election Day.
FaithFeatures
Anna Keating
These days, we frequently read headlines and wonder if it is already too late.
FaithFeatures
Anna Keating
Whether it is a move of the Holy Spirit toward greater unity or cultural appropriation on a massive scale, old school Catholic practices are in.
Anna and Libby
FaithFeatures
Anna Keating
In the end, our medical and reproductive choices are not simply private and personal. They do not affect only ourselves.
Arts & CultureFilm
Anna Keating
Berry is an advocate of small farms, rural communities and Judeo-Christian values like kindness.
Politics & SocietyIn All Things
Anna Keating
The poor, minorities and disability activists are the most vocal opponents of assisted suicide.
IMAGINE THIS. In Disney's "The BFG", directed by Steven Spielberg, a precocious 10-year-old girl from London named Sophie (Ruby Barnhill) befriends the BFG (Oscar winner Mark Rylance).
Ideas
Anna Keating
Roald Dahl didn’t leave out the awful bits in his stories, and children love him for it.
In All Things
Anna Keating
In our increasingly secular country, the biggest holiday of the year is still Christmas, which, if you think about it, is pretty wonderful.
Synod on the Family
Anna Keating
The “instrumentum laboris,” or working document, for the fall Synod on the Family speaks to the various needs of the family in the modern world, including the need for pastoral care for those who, as Pope Francis puts it, “have had the misfortune of a failure in love.”When it