Elon Musk is making headlines by buying Twitter, but he is only one of the American oligarchs working to protect their wealth while fighting policies that would benefit the common good.
Two staff members and five others taking shelter at a Caritas office in Mariupol, Ukraine, were killed after the building was destroyed by tank fire.
In shockingly frank deposition, former bishop admits moving alleged abusers from treatment to ministry
Bishop Howard Hubbard admitted that he consistently transferred abusive priests without informing local police, families of abuse victims, or Catholics in parishes where the men were reassigned.
The outpouring of support for Ukraine is a great thing. Can we show the same compassion for victims of other global crises?
Human suffering crosses all ethnic, racial and political borders. Efforts to alleviate it must do the same.
“As we celebrate the strength of women around the world, we’re also seeing women struggle in such heartbreaking ways, trying to keep their families safe…serving the youngest and most vulnerable.”
In a time when smartphones are rarely more than a hand-reach away, more people are considering a 40-day break from social media as a deeper Lenten sacrifice.