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Nathan Schneider, a contributing writer for America, is a reporter and professor of media studies at the University of Colorado Boulder.
A screenshot from my Facebook news feed this morning.
Nathan Schneider
If Facebook cares about us, it should governed by a structure that is principally, not secondarily, accountable to us.
"The Gleaners" by Jean-François Millet, c. 1857.
In All Things
Nathan Schneider
How the digital economy is making us commoners again
Columns
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The idea of basic income has been catching on in tech culture lately.
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The concept of subsidiarity emerged out of Catholic social thought during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Mateo Williamson, appearing in the film "Owning Our Faith."
In All Things
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When God created us as male and female, it was a more mysterious revelation than we’re usually led to recognize.
Statute of St. Catherine of Siena in Siena, Italy
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Jesus himself was merely “the Nazarene” to those who wanted to denigrate him.
Photo by Aurelijus Valeiša, via Flickr.
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We can do better than thinking of ourselves as “consumers.”
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A report from the spot where Michael Brown died—a memorial of flowers, candles and mostly toys.
Columns
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The subtitle of Pope Francis’ stunning new encyclical, “‘Laudato Si’, On Care for Our Common Home,” belies the preference of some that a pontiff not venture into economic matters—Jeb Bush, for instance. Etymologically, after all, economics is the discipline of man
Seán McDonagh, SSC
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A question that has arisen in the wake of Pope Francis 39 new encyclical is of whether its plea for the rights and dignity of creation is continuous with Catholic teaching thus far or an innovation Is the pope teaching something new or old To understand the story better I spoke by phone with F