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Christopher Parker is an O’Hare Fellow at America.
FaithScripture Reflections
Christopher Parker
A Reflection for Saturday of the Twenty-fifth Week in Ordinary Time, by Christopher Parker
people stand backs facing the camera, outside a church. some are young children and they carry bags
Politics & SocietyNews
Christopher Parker
As migrants are bussed into sanctuary cities, Catholic and other nonprofit charities have mobilized to welcome them. The charities are stretched thin but aim to help.
Maggie Rogers plays a guitar in front of a microphone
Arts & CultureIdeas
Christopher Parker
Maggie Rogers wrote an album of "feral joy" for "Surrender," the indie-pop artist's second LP.
Arts & CultureTelevision
Christopher Parker
‘Severance’ critiques the faceless American company, for whom workers are interchangeable cogs and poor mental health is the collateral damage of productivity.
FaithFaith in Focus
Christopher ParkerJill RiceCristobal Spielmann
How do you keep things in perspective and maintain a faith life when you are trying to figure out new friends, new freedom and the location of your classes?
FaithScripture Reflections
Christopher Parker
A Reflection for Monday of the Twenty-third Week in Ordinary Time, by Christopher Parker
Arts & CultureDispatches
Christopher Parker
Last week, Twitter users across the world made a startling discovery: A viral photo of the Vatican’s Paul VI audience hall revealed a colossal, looming sculpture that frames the pope during his addresses.
pope francis surrounded by cardinals at the 2019 consistory
FaithNews
Christopher ParkerJill RiceCristobal Spielmann
The pope will create 20 new cardinals on Aug. 27. Sixteen of them are eligible to vote in a papal conclave, and 11 are from or based in countries outside Europe and North America.