Wine at Communion, the sign of peace, holy water fonts: Will these parts of the Mass ever come back?
The thin body of evidence on the true health risks of bringing the chalice back to Mass should lead to humility rather than overconfidence. We must be open to changing behaviors based on new knowledge.
The C.D.C. wants Americans to stay home for the holidays. What can we do when what we sincerely hope for simply is not possible?
As Americans mourn those lost to Covid, we should consider what we will consider the “new normal.” Michael Rozier, S.J., asks how we can avoid repeating our apparent desensitization to gun violence.
How we choose to behave during the Covid-19 pandemic reveals who we are and whom we want to be, writes Michael Rozier, S.J. It is a time to rediscover true virtues.
The Affordable Care Act has changed our expectations for health care. It shifted the way we live, which may be shifting what we believe.
The outbreak of measles has many concerned about the resurgence of a deadly disease. But what if it is actually the symptom of something much larger?The outbreak in January, which originated in Disneyland and has spread to over a dozen states, has brought the vaccine debate back to the national spot