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Posts in Global Catholicism
The Body of Christ at the Border
What the Annual Border Mass Reveals about Being on the Margins
Tom Reese, SJ on the Amazon Synod: An Interview
Where are we as the Church moves toward the end of the Synod? A veteran observer of the synods and Papacy reflects.
Cardinal Newman’s Three Reminders
A newly canonized saint speaks to us. Will we be able to hear?
Should A Catholic Support Immigration Reform?
In response to last week’s article “Should A Catholic Support the Border Wall?” by Daniel Mascarenhas, SJ, Brian Strassburger, SJ explores the broader issue of immigration reform, especially as it relates to the U.S.-Mexico border.
The Synod is about the People of the Amazon
The Voice of the Amazon Cries Out: Who Will Listen?
The Amazon Synod: Laudato si’ in Action
At the heart of the Pan-Amazonian Synod is the integral ecological vision of Pope Francis.
Should A Catholic Support the Border Wall?
A Christian take on immigration, Trump’s border wall, and the fence between the head and the heart.
Lighting The Way: Lessons from the Puerto Rico Protests
A Jesuit reflects on what the struggle for justice in Puerto Rico can teach all people of good will.
Would They Really Ordain Married Men?
Some Context on the Coming Pan-Amazonian Synod