Politics & Society News AnalysisKevin ClarkeSeptember 20, 2019
The U.S.C.C.B. and Jesuit leaders have renewed their criticism of the Trump administration's treatment of migrants.
Politics & Society Dispatches
Pope Francis shined a light on the hopes and challenges in Madagascar, Catholic Relief Services saysKevin ClarkeSeptember 11, 2019
The ecological restoration work here is locked in a race against deforestation as hard-pressed Malagasy turn to the forests to make charcoal, build homes or clear the forest for subsistence food production.
Politics & Society NewsKevin ClarkeSeptember 06, 2019
“Infrastructure has been severely damaged, as have institutions and businesses,” Archbishop Pinder said. Though the official death count was 30 on Sept. 6, “we are assured the death toll is bound to increase.”
Politics & Society DispatchesKevin ClarkeAugust 19, 2019
“There is no hope, no future here.”
Politics & Society NewsKevin ClarkeJuly 29, 2019
The irony of finding himself at a mass shooting event on his home soil after his military career had ended is not lost on Father Hendrickson. “I left the service in 2012, and I thought I was done with that kind of stuff; I thought that was the end of that.”
Politics & Society DispatchesKevin ClarkeJuly 25, 2019
“The emphasis of the activists on the ground,” Rolando López said, “is that the governor resigning is not the last step. This really is about a more general critique of the economy of Puerto Rico.”
Politics & Society NewsKevin ClarkeJuly 25, 2019
After a nearly two-decade lapse in federal executions, the move, according to a Department of Justice statement to the press, brings “justice to victims of the most horrific crimes.”
Politics & Society NewsKevin ClarkeJuly 12, 2019
The raids target individuals whose immigration cases were fast-tracked by judges in Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, Miami and other major U.S. cities with significant immigrant populations.
Politics & Society DispatchesKevin ClarkeJune 28, 2019
Almost a dozen states have made significant changes to abortion law this year in anticipation of a possible overturning of the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision.