Politics & Society News AnalysisDrew ChristiansenDecember 14, 2020
There is much on which a Biden administration and the Holy See can collaborate.
Politics & Society News AnalysisDrew ChristiansenDecember 10, 2020
The American myth today faces existential challenges that no longer only come from the fringes.
Archbishop Tomasi has led the Vatican’s fight against nuclear weapons. Pope Francis is making him a Cardinal.Drew ChristiansenOctober 28, 2020
It was with his colleagues in disarmament dialogues that he found the signature issue of his last years in diplomatic service, nuclear weapons abolition.
Faith Faith and ReasonDrew ChristiansenOctober 08, 2020
As part of our larger coverage of “Fratelli Tutti,” the latest encyclical letter from Pope Francis, America asked a number of theologians and church experts to contribute a brief response, including their perspectives on its potential impact and its particular areas of import.
Politics & Society Short TakeDrew ChristiansenAugust 04, 2020
75 years after the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, writes Drew Christiansen, S.J., the danger of nuclear war is as high as ever. Our “deterrence” strategy needs to be reconsidered.
Politics & Society Short TakeDrew ChristiansenJuly 23, 2020
Critics warned Secretary Pompeo’s religious freedom agenda would reverse 200 years of progress on human rights. But his commission has issued a consensus document.
Politics & Society Short TakeDrew ChristiansenDecember 17, 2019
The Afghanistan Papers suggest that we still have not learned the lessons of history, writes Drew Christiansen, S.J., including a sense of humility and an awareness of human fallibility.
Politics & Society Short TakeDrew ChristiansenNovember 27, 2019
The Trump administration has reversed a 40-year U.S. policy critical of Israeli settlements on the West Bank, writes Drew Christiansen, S.J., raising the obstacles to Palestinians ever achieving a homeland.
Faith NewsDrew ChristiansenJuly 19, 2019
Callahan was an independent scholar working at the frontier where ethics meets medicine, law and religion.
Politics & Society Short TakeDrew ChristiansenJuly 12, 2019
If the Secretary of State's new commission is intended neither to review U.S. human rights policy nor examine today’s debates over abortion and same-sex marriage, what, then, might it be doing?