A conversation between friends reveals positive potential and possible pitfalls of machines that socialize like humans.
Although solidarity is one of the values of Catholic Social Teaching, it is easily forgotten that it is not just a feeling of sympathy with those who suffer. Solidarity is a constant effort to create a society centered on equity and justice. Kevin Kuehl gives us four characteristics of true solidarity and asks us to consider with whom do we practice solidarity in our following of Jesus: with those who are fighting for justice or with those who are perpetuating oppression?
The Supreme Court’s ruling offers temporary relief for young migrants. Legislation is needed for a permanent fix.
La opinión de la Corte Suprema ofrece un alivio temporal para los jóvenes inmigrantes. Hace falta legislación para una solución permanente.
Gardening does not need to be about perfection; it can help us remember that God is the one who is in control.
What the Annual Border Mass Reveals about Being on the Margins
Where are we as the Church moves toward the end of the Synod? A veteran observer of the synods and Papacy reflects.
The Voice of the Amazon Cries Out: Who Will Listen?