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A smuggler paddles ashore a group of migrants entering the U.S. on the Rio Grande on March 30, 2021 in Roma, Texas. The group made up of individuals from Central America turned themselves into the U.S. Border Patrol after crossing as they seek asylum in the United States.

No Easy Solutions

EDITORIAL: Since President Biden took office, there has been a flood of unaccompanied minor children to the nation’s southern border, seeking entry to the U.S.

Our joy is rooted in the Risen Christ.

Easter’s Joy Has No Restrictions

EDITORIAL: The light of faith that shines forth from within the Church can never be extinguished by this pandemic, nor by any other earthly difficulty.

A statue of St. Joseph and Baby Jesus is seen in the Basilica di San Giuseppe al Trionfale in Rome on March 18.

Go to Joseph

EDITORIAL: Discover Mary and encounter Christ through the year dedicated to the universal patron of the Catholic Church.

U.S. President Joe Biden delivers his inaugural speech after being sworn in on the West Front of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 20 in Washington.

The Challenge of Unity

EDITORIAL: Sustained and driven by our own faith and convictions, the Catholic faithful of America should now collectively gather alongside Archbishop Gomez in striving for national unity and reconciliation — and in reminding our new president that these laudable goals are attainable only if he is willing to moderate his own political extremism in the crucial areas of life, sexuality and religious liberty.

What does a Biden administration portend?

Biden’s Pro-Abortion ‘Mafia’

EDITORIAL: President-elect Joe Biden is in the process of assembling a collective of pro-abortion political extremists to fill many of the most important posts of an incoming Biden administration.