Concerned parents at the 58-year-old Jesuit High School in Sacramento claim that instruction inspired by critical race and gender theory violates the school’s religious mission, and one family has filed a civil suit that alleges their son was expelled for questioning CRT precepts.
BOOK PICK: The Fordham theologian and bioethicist calls for a countercultural Catholic ethos in ‘Losing Our Dignity: How Secularized Medicine Is Undermining Human Equality.’
The goal is to get students back in the classroom with a strong academic and religious program, but mask and vaccine mandate controversies are roiling Catholic-school communities across the nation.
The fall of Kabul marks the 20th anniversary of 9/11, stirring shame, self-examination and calls for spiritual renewal back home.
Just-war expert Msgr. Stuart Swetland discusses the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan, the war on terror and the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
Experts hope the recent headlines will be a wake-up call for compromised clergy, and they are calling on bishops to take this problem seriously and intervene when necessary.
Bishop Paprocki Discusses ‘Traditionis Custodes’: Liturgical Unity Doesn’t Mean Liturgical Uniformity
The shepherd of Springfield, Illinois, who last month issued canonical dispensations for devotees of the traditional Latin Mass, said Pope Francis’ motu proprio doesn’t suppress the extraordinary form, as some claim.
The author of ‘The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self’ was a keynote speaker at the 2021 Napa Institute.
The Yale University history professor and award-winning author gives insights into the Cuban protests that sparked government crackdown and revived a U.S.-based debate over the causes of Cuba’s imploding economy.
The matter was brought to light before the university moved forward with plans to use an anonymous donation, related to the alleged fraud, to expand facilities on its campus.