Faith Columns
Helen M. Alvaré November 02, 2016
Mary is known most as “mother,” while many women today are single longer or single mothers.
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Helen M. Alvaré September 13, 2016
Social justice categories are applied to questions of sex, and the church is found wanting.
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Helen M. Alvaré April 21, 2016
Children need a mammoth advocate. Pope Francis suggests that it’s us.
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Helen M. Alvaré December 22, 2015
Pope Francis is setting standards for the contemporary bishop.
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Helen M. Alvaré October 29, 2015
The state claims free contraception is synonymous with women’s freedom.
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Helen M. Alvaré September 08, 2015
What am I to do to introduce my kids to Jesus Christ?
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Helen M. Alvaré June 10, 2015
The alliance between the man and the woman images God in an irreplaceable way.
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Helen M. Alvaré February 17, 2015
In the Church's conversation about modern family life, where's the concern for children?
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Helen M. Alvaré December 11, 2014
Complementarity must begin with an understanding of the radical equality of men and women.
A drummer joins demonstrators outside the U.S. Supreme Court rallying against a federal mandate requiring most employers to cover contraceptives for employees as part of their health care. (CNS photo/ Jonathan Ernst) (June 30, 2014)
In All Things
Helen M. Alvaré June 30, 2014
Today rsquo s Supreme Court decision in Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood case is as big a deal as it seems It is a legal feast for First Amendment scholars treating as it does so many of the sub-issues involved in Free Exercise litigation Plaintiffs were challenging a Department of Health and Human