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Eight days after the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, President Donald Trump announced Sept. 26 that Judge Amy Coney Barrett, a judge... [Read More]
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When Amber-Rose Schneider first joined TikTok — the snappy, short-form social media app with more than 1 billion users worldwide — she wanted to see... [Read More]
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I'm sometimes asked what I've learned from my years covering humanitarian issues. One is that men initiate wars, and women and children are left to... [Read More]
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On April 13, 1982, two buses full of multiracial, everyday Iowans pulled up to the Joslyn Art Museum in Omaha, Nebraska. Posing as tourists, they... [Read More]
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"What is your opinion? A man had two sons…" Whenever disciples heard Jesus say that, they were ready for a joke that would jolt. (Parables... [Read More]
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Pope Francis asked members of the United Nations how they think they can respond to the COVID-19 pandemic and build a more peaceful, more just... [Read More]
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The world is burning — literally. What are young Christian voters thinking about the climate and this year's election? NCR staff writer Brian... [Read More]
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When Elaine Sage, a teacher at St. Francis Xavier School in Wilmette, Illinois, thought about going back to the classroom this fall, she was afraid.... [Read More]
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Jeslaine Adolf sostiene unas plántulas en un vivero comunitario en Despagne, una comunidad remota en el sur de Haití donde una agencia de la Iglesia... [Read More]
Jeslaine Adolf holds seedlings in a community nursery in Despagne, an isolated village in southern Haiti where a church agency works with residents to improve... [Read More]
For Catholics, it has been obvious for many years that the future of our church in the United States is a Latino future. We were... [Read More]
There is much Americans can disagree about, but one thing is clear: In the past three and a half years, many people have been suffering.... [Read More]
I was in another Zoom meeting with my friend, another Catholic sister who is a professor on a college campus. Together we were lamenting the... [Read More]
As a cradle Catholic accustomed to Marian devotion, I have the image of Mary cradling the limp and lifeless body of her murdered son eternally... [Read More]
The Vatican recently announced that Pope Francis will sign a new papal encyclical Oct. 3, entitled "Fratelli tutti" in Italian or "Brothers and Sisters All."... [Read More]
As I look across the horizon, I can see the hills run for miles and miles. Focusing on the sky and becoming entranced in the... [Read More]
One of the highest-ranking cardinals in the Catholic Church resigned his Vatican post unexpectedly Sept. 24, with the city-state giving no explanation for the dismissal.... [Read More]
Bishop David A. Zubik of Pittsburgh told Catholics in the diocese in a preelection message that he cannot tell them whom to vote for on... [Read More]
Saying they could not stay silent, the Nuns on the Bus began their virtual tour of the country Sept. 23 with a range of speakers... [Read More]
Both the Judaic and the Christian traditions use the number 40 to signify a lengthy period of time, a time when something significant happens or... [Read More]
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