At some point you begin to wonder whether there is anyone in leadership who we can count on for decency, or whether every single one is just one whistleblower away from being outed as another Cuomo.
Facebook’s new prayer feature seems much more likely to invite us to turn further inward into that social media hellscape of narcissism and self-promotion. Pray for us, indeed.
Forty minutes of mentoring is only a start, but Meghan Markle and Melissa McCarthy’s initiative for women is a well-timed opportunity to show compassion.
Summer is a good season to take stock of how our dependence on technology can change us. Here are seven steps for seeing your smartphone more clearly.
Even as I still would like to make everyone get vaccinated right this second, I also find myself praying for those still hesitant.
We begin each Mass like the disciples, locked in our rooms, isolated and maybe afraid. Then out of nowhere Jesus appears in our midst and brings us together.
Age-based, “first come, first serve” strategies appear impartial, but statistics indicate that everyone is not the same.
It is as though there are two parallel universes co-existing here, one hopeful and “normal for now,” the other overwhelmed by suffering.
Behind the Baby Yoda memes, ‘The Mandalorian’ asks a deeply religious question: Is anyone beyond redemption?
Hidden amid its meme-ready moments, “The Mandalorian” is quietly investigating the inadequacy of our ideas about each other.