Where some see opportunities to protect the integrity of wealth and aid struggling nations, others warn about speculation, predation and instability.
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Unity Pope’s motu proprio seeks requires renewing celebration of the ‘ordinary form’ of the Mass, too, say theologians.
PART I: Some embrace the Society of Jesus’ recent difficulties as an opportunity for conversion and drawing more deeply from their roots.
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.