In Latin America, faith and politics are being disentangled.
The Londoners who come to Aylesford as pilgrims are an impressively polychrome microcosm of Christianity.
Don’t bother looking for the political significance of the Supreme Court nominee’s Catholicism. There isn’t any.
How can the church become less of a citadel and more of a field hospital?
Searching for the Mary statue from her childhood, Sonja Livingston found much more.
Two new collections add to the landmark volume The Habit of Being.
An ever-renewing narrative of community formed by difference
The senator's questioning of a Catholic judicial nominee misrepresented the nature of faith—and overstepped the spirit, at least, of the Constitution.
The story of Esther Wheelwright and the communities of women and girls who surrounded her
Benedict XVI’s book is both unusual and important. Mostly because it never should have been written.
They share a faith background, but one supports school choice and the other opposes it. Here’s why.
Pope Francis's theology of mercy has political implications.
Mary Clark Moschella recommends the best recently published books in her field.
Perhaps the real lack of faith in modern society comes down to a lack of reverence for the people around us.
On two occasions I decided to become Catholic. Both times I had to wait because I had been asked to preach or preside as a Methodist.