Bishop Robert Barron offers an extended response to the recent America magazine survey on women and the Church.
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Since ancient Rome, blaming Christians has been a popular game. John Clark reminds us that the modern media’s finger-pointing fiasco is nothing new.
To mark 5 years since the start of the Syrian war, Kevin Hartigan, CRS’ regional director for Europe, the Middle East and Central Asia, reflects on the evolution of the crisis and the role that the Catholic Church has played in responding to it.
For the last few years Sr. Margaret has been translating letters from Syria for Archbishop Nassar. Each one of them, filled with Christian hope, faith, and emotion, reminds her of letters from another Bishop of Syria, Ignatius of Antioch.
In today’s World View Wednesday column, Marianna Bartholomew reminds us that we must daily pray and work toward peace in this world. We must nurture a world-vision and as moms, we can make a difference.
Sr. Margaret reflects on the tragic events that took place in Charleston on the evening of June 17, 2015, from the vantage point of a witness.