Politics & Society OpinionDrew ChristiansenJuly 21, 2017
Evangelicals have helped the Catholic Church at the highest levels.
Politics & Society DispatchesDrew ChristiansenJuly 17, 2017
The U.N. has voted to ban the bomb. What comes next?
Politics & Society DispatchesDrew ChristiansenJuly 10, 2017
122 states—but none of the world’s nine nuclear powers—voted to ban the bomb.
Politics & Society Short TakeDrew ChristiansenFebruary 28, 2017
Drew Christiansen, S.J., discusses the significance of religious peacebuilding in struggling countries.
FaithDrew ChristiansenDecember 22, 2016
The inspiration for public theology lies in the Catholic belief that the church has a role in transforming the wider society under the influence of the Gospel.
Politics & Society DispatchesDrew ChristiansenDecember 12, 2016
“Violence is not the cure for our broken world,” the pope writes.
In All ThingsDrew ChristiansenJuly 05, 2016
'Dawn,' the sequel to Elie Wiesel's better known novel, 'Night,' offered a prophetic critique.
Synod on the FamilyDrew ChristiansenApril 08, 2016
Morally—and religiously—we are works in progress.
Drew ChristiansenFebruary 18, 2016
The church's evolving understanding of religious liberty.
Drew ChristiansenOctober 07, 2015
Ron Murphy, S. J., a Georgetown University German professor, was returning from the Catholic University of America, where Pope Francis had celebrated the canonization of St. Junípero Serra, when a woman approached him. “Father, Father,” she exclaimed, “this pope is wonderful. This