PART I: Some embrace the Society of Jesus’ recent difficulties as an opportunity for conversion and drawing more deeply from their roots.
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Racial justice is a noble quest for the Church and society.
As the Vatican’s gambit appears to falter, Western nations take action; opportunities for laity abound.
Human-rights advocates who spoke with the Register painted a picture of an emboldened Chinese regime, led by President Xi Jinping, that is bent on suppressing any and all dissent.
Characterizing long-held viewpoints of gender and sexuality as forms of violence and threats to a trans-identifying person’s existence reveals the shaky, subjective basis and need for external validation at the heart of the ideology.
Catholics in the Crosshairs of Big Tech?: Recent Cluster of Cases of De Facto Online Censorship Raises Concerns
Lack of transparency from platforms makes intentional suppression an open question.
Speaking with the Register, Catholic commentator Mary Eberstadt discusses the profound challenge that the pro-abortion-rights president poses for the faithful.
Given the 50-50 split in the U.S. Senate, the centrist West Virginia Democrat will wield incredible influence — and likely face extraordinary pressure.