When we listen to the resurrection stories during the Easter season, we often focus on what happened to Jesus. But it’s probably more important to look at what the resurrection does to the disciples.
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Catholic social teaching has always acknowledged a role for government regulation of the economy. The economy is to promote the common good, not benefit owners and investors alone.
Pope Francis's latest apostolic letter neglects to address the needs of the vast majority of Catholics, who accept the Novus Ordo but still do not fully understand the Eucharist.
Pope Francis is remaking the College of Cardinals—and setting the stage for the eventual election of his successor
With the appointment of 16 new cardinal electors, Pope Francis continues remaking the College of Cardinals with an emphasis on the person rather than the location of the bishop.
Before he dies or retires, Pope Francis needs to make changes in the process of electing a new pope to avoid the possibility of a deadlocked conclave.
Let’s be honest: We are all cafeteria Catholics. The real question is how we avoid a food fight in the cafeteria.