Technology and Humanity
Every development in technology brings about both practical and moral questions. These questions become more urgent when it appears that the technology is operating the purported master.
The Power of Family
Shifting understandings of the human person and the family present the Church with obstacles and opportunities.
An Easter Imaginative Vision
Although Christian practice may be on a statistical decline in the West, the difficulties and obstacles we see before us do not have the final word. Christ is risen, indeed.
The Paschal News Cycle
A redemptive view of history - centered on the Cross, buoyed by the Resurrection, and completely enveloped in the hand of a Provident God - sheds light on even the darkest news cycle.
Equality, Diversity, and Dignity
When nuanced distinctions arise around seemingly agreed-upon terms, how are we to proceed?
What is a Pope?
For the first time ever, the Pope - the visible sign of the unity of the Church - visited the ancient Christian community of Iraq.
First Principles over Hot Takes
No matter the week's headlines, we must keep our eyes fixed on the greater reality and the promise of the world to come.
Disciples of All Nations
When we take on a global view of the Catholic Church, we discover that the Church is flourishing in corners of the world of which we may have been unaware.
A Change of Age
We live in a period of transition in the West from a sacramental view of the world to a new "secular" society.
What the Church Claims to Be
The predominant culture in the United States has never known quite how to perceive the Church…