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.
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NEWS ANALYSIS: Legal experts think the bigger decision will come in overturning 1990’s ‘Employment Division v. Smith.’
The next Synod of Bishops will begin with consultations in local dioceses that could reenergize parish life post-COVID, but Germany’s own tumultuous ‘Synodal Path’ casts a long shadow.
Pope Francis’ document ‘Vos Estis’ and a national hotline have produced an uptick in claims against US bishops, but experts are waiting for hard data.
As the closely watched ‘Synodal Path’ in Germany moves forward, scholars in the U.S. say a bolder response from Rome is needed.
Author and artist Michael O'Brien speaks with the Register about his early struggles as an artist and a father of a growing family, as well as the silver linings the pandemic offers us in learning to hear ‘the small voice’ of the Holy Spirit.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The FDA’s emergency approval of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine prompts disputes between Church authorities, scholars and activists, stirring controversy and confusion.
Pastoral lessons learned one year later.
How the COVID crisis prompted innovation for church outreach.
BOOK PICK: University of Notre Dame professor O. Carter Snead argues for a public bioethics that encourages the desire ‘to make the good of others our own good.’