Voices
Sean Salai, S.J., is a special contributor to America.
Ramesh Ponnuru (photo provided)
In All Things
Sean Salai, S.J.July 11, 2014
Ramesh Ponnuru nbsp is a Washington D C -based columnist for Bloomberg View a visiting fellow at the American Enterprise Institute and a nbsp senior editor nbsp for National Review nbsp magazine He is a regular contributor to nbsp Time nbsp magazine and nbsp WashingtonPost com His writing has al
People carry the body of a Palestinian boy whom hospital officials said was killed in an Israeli airstrike on his family's house in Gaza City, July 9 (CNS photo/Ashraf Amrah, Reuters).
In All Things
Sean Salai, S.J.July 10, 2014
The Catholic bishops of Israel and Palestine made a renewed plea for peace today issuing a call for quot radical change quot as Israeli military retaliation against Palestinian rocket strikes intensified The nbsp quot Call for a Courageous Change rdquo nbsp was published in multiple languages b
Mari Etzel, 25, a nurse who works as a volunteer at Christ House though the Catholic Volunteer Network, treats a patient in 2011 at the medical facility in Washington, February 17, 2012. (CNS photo/Bob Roller)
In All Things
Sean Salai, S.J.July 10, 2014
A White House report has indicated that 24 state legislatures chose not to opt into the Obamacare Medicaid expansion this year implying an ongoing GOP resistance that Southern Catholic leaders fear will hurt the working poor According to the report relesed on July 2 only 26 state legislatures hav
An Argentina fan wears a mask of Pope Francis as he attends the 2014 World Cup Group F final June 25, 2014, between Argentina and Nigeria at the Beira Rio stadium in Porto Alegre, Brazil. (CNS photo/Stefano Rellandini, Reuters)
Arts & Culture In All Things
Sean Salai, S.J.July 10, 2014
Argentina and Germany face off on Sunday in the tournament's final match.
Dawn Eden (photo provided)
In All Things
Sean Salai, S.J.July 09, 2014
Dawn Eden is a Catholic convert author and speaker known for her work on sexuality and chastity She is also a survivor of childhood sexual abuse who seeks to share her healing process with others Her second and most recent book My Peace I Give You Healing Sexual Wounds with the Help of the Sain
LISTENING SESSION. Bishop Frank J. Caggiano with Knights of Columbus.
Signs Of the Times
Sean Salai, S.J.July 08, 2014
Bridgeport's new bishop holds listening sessions to learn the concerns of parishioners.
Famed film director Alfred Hitchcock in an undated NBC publicity still (CNS file photo)
In All Things
Sean Salai, S.J.July 08, 2014
Many of the greatest Hollywood movies traffic in themes of lust guilt and obsession Whether it rsquo s the moral corruption of Don Corleone in ldquo The Godfather rdquo or the lust for power of ldquo Citizen Kane rdquo sin fascinates us as a focal point of our collective imagination Sin sell
Father George Rutler, S.T.D.
In All Things
Sean Salai, S.J.July 07, 2014
Father George Rutler S T D pastor of St Michael rsquo s Church in the Hell 39 s Kitchen neighborhood of New York City is a popular Catholic writer on historical and religious topics He is known for his provocative interpretations of world events often challenging popular myths from a spiritu
Elizabeth Nolan Brown (Reason)
In All Things
Sean Salai, S.J.July 05, 2014
Elizabeth Nolan Brown is a Washington D C -based Staff Editor for the libertarian magazine Reason where she covers politics gender issues reproductive rights food and drug policy Gen Y and digital culture She was previously a writer and editor for the women 39 s health blog Blisstree com a
Robin Wright as Mary Surratt in the movie "The Conspirator" (CNS photo/Roadside Attractions).
In All Things
Sean Salai, S.J.July 03, 2014
Like many Americans I enjoy a good historical film on the Fourth of July But as a Catholic I sometimes have a hard time finding a movie on Independence Day that tells America rsquo s story from a Catholic perspective Many of our beloved July 4 classics retell American history from the victors rsq