NEWS ANALYSIS: Pope Francis’ new encyclical teaches that ‘universal scope’ of fraternal love should animate world’s response to political, social and economic divides.
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Experts agree that the economy should serve persons and families, but differ on the presidential candidates and policies to get the job done.
Though ultimately overturned, the decision raises ongoing questions about religious liberty in the armed forces.
A hallmark of the 25-year-old program at Creighton University has been the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola.
Priests are going hungry and religious communities have been leaving the country, but leaders say crisis is an opportunity to return to the core of the Gospel.
Venezuelan seminarians are struggling to continue their formation for the priesthood in the midst of a deepening national crisis
Faithful Catholics are rearticulating the Church’s teaching on sexual identity and applying it to the challenges raised by gender ideology.
While racism is acknowledged as a real and present problem in America, Catholic leaders have differences of opinion on the appropriateness, effectiveness of NFL player protests.
Several American institutions report modest increase in young men studying for the priesthood.
COMMENTARY: Part of a Register Symposium