Politics & Society Short Take
Matthew LoftusFebruary 21, 2018
Children in the U.S. have a 70 percent greater chance of dying before adulthood than in comparable nations. Guns, car accidents and lack of access to health care are to blame.
Mercy Sister Karen Schneider, who is a pediatrician, talks with the mother of a child in the emergency room at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore in 2014. U.S. health care seemed stuck in the waiting room for part of the year, holding out for its future prognosis from courtroom and political decisions. (CNS photo/Bob Roller)
Politics & Society Short Take
Matthew LoftusMarch 07, 2017
Jesus’ words are not a commentary on state welfare.