Electronic encryption allows people to keep a list of information secure and untouchable by centralized powers. To some investors and speculators, and apparently to some Catholics, that possibility holds enormous appeal.
Pope Francis gave the U.N. 7 priorities for ending global poverty. Now, Fordham students are evaluating the world’s progress.
Increased rates of malnourishment, greater discrimination against women and widening restrictions on religious freedom have contributed to a higher rate of material and spiritual poverty worldwide.
Since 1992, Hour Children has aimed to prepare women during their sentence for re-entry into society and then provide support after it ends.
Father Michael Quealy, the first military chaplain killed in action in Vietnam, was honored on the day of his death in the Reading of the Names ceremony.
Tania Tetlow said she will refuse complacency and “what is easy,” instead putting the university’s efforts into addressing its difficulties.
As Hurricane Ian recovery begins, lessons from a Florida Catholic Church that had to rebuild after Hurricane Michael
Four years later, Father Nixon and the St. Dominic’s community are still picking up the pieces after Hurricane Michael.
Catholic, Muslim and Jewish schools in New York are lobbying ‘with one voice’ for STEM education funding
Advocates from three faith traditions lobbied together for a program that would help fund science and math education in New York state’s religious schools.