Politics & Society EditorialsThe EditorsApril 03, 2020
No country can be safe from the coronavirus as long as any nation is unable to resist it with all the resources it can muster or all the resources that, in mercy, can be shared with it.
Politics & Society EditorialsThe EditorsMarch 27, 2020
It is a catastrophic failure of imagination and moral responsibility to act as if we are unable to learn what we need to know to make a better decision.
Politics & Society EditorialsThe EditorsMarch 06, 2020
The State Department's sanction raised some hope in El Salvador that the perpetrators of the Jesuit murders and more of the era’s worst offenses would finally have to face survivors and family members of their victims in court. Unfortunately, even such small expectations for justice are already
Politics & Society EditorialsThe EditorsMarch 05, 2020
The coronavirus poses a threat that knows no borders. As Catholics, neither does our love and concern for our neighbors.
Politics & Society EditorialsThe EditorsFebruary 07, 2020
Congress cannot continue to sit idly by while the executive branch continues to demolish our already broken immigration system. This body has been negligent for far too long in its duty to pass a fair and humane immigration reform.
Faith EditorialsThe EditorsFebruary 07, 2020
Perhaps Catholics in the United States might redouble their efforts to give alms this Lent and to reflect in greater depth on the spiritual benefits the practice can bring.
Politics & Society EditorialsThe EditorsFebruary 06, 2020
In the impeachment and trial of President Trump, institutional self-interest was insufficient to overcome partisan self-interest.