The House tax bill would cap the benefit—a solid idea in a bill that doesn't offer many.
"What can we do to make this go away?" a member of the personnel committee asked.
We found a small, wrapped box next to Jesus. Should we open it?
A year after the election, we decided to look for signs of hope. We found them all around us.
Each December we pray for the key of David to come. What does it lock and unlock?
The Jesuits didn't impose a European language on the Guaraní people; they actively cultivated the indigenous one.
I like that Jesus isn't actually what the disciples are looking for.
Each January the lectionary invites us to remember the invisible network of faith.
H. K. Bush's tale revolves around the challenges of a Western academic's encounter with the East.
An end-of-the-world scenario, whether scientific or religious, should reorient us—but toward what?
More than a memoir, Kate Hennessy's book about her grandmother is a participant biography written from the inside out.
Martha Nussbaum and Saul Levmore draw from philosophy, literature, economics, and public policy to ruminate on aging.
To teach preaching, I need the witness of Tom Long—and others, too.
Some of the book's strengths are also its limitations.
Massimo Faggioli is the most articulate interpreter of U.S. Catholicism today.
A priest mediated. The council of churches called for national dialogue. And a Pentecostal pastor organized a large-scale protest.
St. Gregory’s University in Oklahoma will close in December. It's the latest small religious college to close in an increasingly competitive market.
"There is no such thing as a singular Indian identity," says curator Naman Ahuja.
Nearly 14 million people marched to Imam Hussein's shrine in Karbala this year.
Visitors provide income for the congregation, but it needs further funds to address its shifting foundation.
Pastoral care is at the heart of a representative's job, says Isner, who is campaigning in Alabama's second congressional district.
Jerome Smith Sr. runs the Joseph Project, an effort to address two big problems: high urban unemployment and the distance between where the jobless live and where jobs are.