Voices
Simcha Fisher is a speaker, freelance writer and author of The Sinner's Guide to Natural Family Planning. She blogs daily at simchafisher.com and weekly at The Catholic Weekly. She lives in New Hampshire with her husband and 10 kids.
Politics & Society Opinion
Simcha FisherOctober 17, 2018
Let’s begin to enlist both left and right in service of the vulnerable—using the ideological language they already accept.
Faith Features
Simcha FisherOctober 05, 2018
The work of choosing and being a godparent can lead to hurt feelings, dashed expectations—and the occasional influx of unexpected grace.
Politics & Society News Analysis
Simcha FisherOctober 01, 2018
A conversation between Simcha Fisher and Bill McGarvey, two columnists for America. They discuss the Kavanaugh hearing and more via email.
Cristo crucificado, by Diego Velázquez, 1632
Faith Faith in Focus
Simcha FisherAugust 01, 2018
He knew about Uncle Ted, and he knew about everything else we’re about to find out. That is why he came.
Faith Features
Simcha FisherJune 26, 2018
What pastors say to women in abusive relationships can be life-changing
Faith Faith in Focus
Simcha FisherJune 18, 2018
Choosing death is choosing death, and that choice always comes from within a dark hole.
Pope Francis talks with Cardinal Sean P. O'Malley of Boston, president of the Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors, as they arrive for a meeting in the synod hall at the Vatican in this Feb. 13, 2015, file photo. (CNS photo/Paul Haring) 
Politics & Society Last Take
Simcha FisherMay 22, 2018
Righteous call-outs should be patterned after Cardinal O’Malley’s rebuke of Pope Francis on sex abuse.
Faith Faith in Focus
Simcha FisherApril 18, 2018
Venting is good. Venting is sometimes lifesaving. But it matters where you vent and why.
Faith Last Take
Simcha FisherMarch 22, 2018
If you cannot laugh at the ignominy of whispering your wretched little sins through a screen, then when will you laugh?
Faith Faith in Focus
Simcha FisherFebruary 26, 2018
Jesus has felt our sorrow, carried our burdens, sweated through our labors, taken our punishment onto himself.