Voices

Cardinal Blase J. Cupich, archbishop of Chicago, is the Catholic co-chair of the National Catholic-Muslim Dialogue, sponsored by the Committee on Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.

Blase J. CupichMay 10, 2010

The Catholic bishops of the United States have learned many lessons from the sex abuse crisis. These twelve are among the most important.

Blase J. CupichAugust 03, 2009
Two contributors consider Benedict XVI's encyclical on the economy
Blase J. CupichJuly 20, 2009

In his new encyclical, Caritas in Veritate (Charity in Truth), Pope Benedict XVI makes a persuasive case that the current global financial crisis is about more than economics; it is also about ethics. As such, he provides us with a moral framework for moving forward as one human family

Editorials
Blase J. CupichMarch 23, 2009
A spiritual challenge for tough economic times
Editorials
Blase J. CupichOctober 27, 2008
Racism can be called our nation's own 'original sin.'
Blase J. CupichJuly 21, 2008
A bishop reflects on the changing voice of the laity.
Faith Faith and Reason
Blase J. CupichJanuary 29, 2007
In 2007, Cardinal Blase J. Cupich, at the time bishop of Rapid City asked: Is the right to life conditional, or is it unconditional? Can men and women forfeit their right to life by their behavior, or is that right irrevocably given by God?
Blase J. CupichSeptember 11, 2006
Voters will decide the fate of the nearly total ban on abortions that was recently passed overwhelmingly by the South Dakota Legislature and signed by that state’s governor, Mike Rounds. On June 19, 2006, South Dakota’s secretary of state, Chris Nelson, confirmed that the legislation, wh