Faith FeaturesCecilia González-AndrieuDecember 02, 2019
The story of “La Virgen del Tepeyac” is about the birth of a people.
Faith FeaturesCecilia González-AndrieuApril 19, 2019
In many corners of the church, women are not treated with equal dignity and worth. Too often, the structures of the Catholic Church show little openness to meaningful transformation. But our church’s lack of insight, and the breakdown of our own self-monitoring systems, are curable.
Politics & Society Short TakeCecilia González-AndrieuMarch 15, 2019
Asking the question about access to universities overlooks the painful truth that the entire journey of education is profoundly challenging for the poor and people of color.
Faith Last TakeCecilia González-AndrieuSeptember 25, 2018
Young adults are ready and willing to take on responsibility for and within the church. And many already have.
Politics & Society FeaturesCecilia González-AndrieuOctober 18, 2017
Catholics are called to act and to equip ourselves with truth-telling tools to transform the polemics of immigration into a grace-filled response to human suffering.
Arts & CultureCecilia González-AndrieuSeptember 01, 2017
Latin American towns, like their exemplars in Spain, reflect in their organization the way the inhabitants lived together as a people.
Arts & Culture ArtCecilia González-AndrieuJune 06, 2017
At first encounter, Harmonia Rosales’s “The Creation of God” is striking. It is beautiful and familiar. Like Michelangelo’s “The Creation of Adam,” Rosales’s painting portrays the creation of humankind.