‘Very much unlike our forebears, we’re habituated to thinking that everything is controllable.’
‘There’s going to be more babies born, and because of that, there’s a need for more ongoing support for moms,’ said the director of one center.
Catholic foreign-policy experts agree America has an obligation to help but differ on whether resettlement in the U.S. should be prioritized.
Where some see opportunities to protect the integrity of wealth and aid struggling nations, others warn about speculation, predation and instability.
Catholic school leaders are hopeful that students who joined their communities during the height of the pandemic are sticking around for 2021-22 and beyond.
As Immigration and COVID Surge, the Catholic Church in the Rio Grande Valley Focuses on the Human Toll
Perspectives differ greatly about the best ways to serve immigrants while also protecting the health of the wider community, but many agree that failed federal immigration policies have created the present-day crisis.
Unity Pope’s motu proprio seeks requires renewing celebration of the ‘ordinary form’ of the Mass, too, say theologians.
Some Cuban dissidents say the Vatican should be more forcefully supporting political reform, while other voices say Church leadership is focused on preventing violence and promoting religious liberty.
The Register spoke with Eduardo Cardet, leader of the Christian Liberation Movement in Cuba, amidst ongoing calls for freedom and regime change on the communist-controlled island.
Unprecedented demonstrations are underway on the economically crippled, communist-ruled island, calling not just for material relief, but systematic change.