We could all use a pick-me-up in the midst of the coronavirus and round-the-clock news coverage. Here is a hodge-podge of positivity. Some signs of Easter surrounding us. A comical collection of videos, poems, art, and Tweets. Something to put a smile on your face.
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Lightning rod Harvard professor Adrian Vermeule proposes a more substantive solidarity.
Pope Francis Says It’s Time for a More Amazonian Church, but That Doesn’t Mean Married Priests or Women Deacons
The Holy Father discerned that the Holy Spirit was not calling him to weigh in on the two controversial proposals.
As the 2020 election looms, social media negotiates its role in deciding what is true.
A newly canonized saint speaks to us. Will we be able to hear?
Books are on the rise – here’s what we’re reading.
The Israel-Hamas war is a tragedy fostered by centuries of anti-Semitism and decades of the forced displacement of millions of Palestinians. Erin Kast reflects on the West’s responsibility in this war and urges Christians to embrace the side of peace.
A CDC study shows high rates of mental health issues among teens. A group that is suffering, but too often neglected is LGBTQ+ youth. Chris Williams, SJ, delves into the findings and emphasizes the need for compassion and acknowledgment of their struggles.
In the last year, two great Jesuit historians passed away: Fr. John Padberg and Fr. John O’Malley. A budding Jesuit historian reflects on their legacy.
The Catholic Church’s stance on nuclear arms is a radical teaching in the face of a radical threat.