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Catholic Voices

Simone Weil, a kindred spirit for church outsiders

A complicated relationship with Catholicism never hindered Simone Weil's prayer life.

Lucy Maud Montgomerys spunky heroine Anne of Green Gables famously uses the term “kindred spirits” to describe people with whom she quickly senses understanding and connection. Through the years, the designation has come to mind...

January 2021

HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE CURRENT ISSUE

Holy families

There’s more than one way for a marriage to be fruitful.
BY DON CLEMMER

Family care

The child care crisis has shown just how essential ‘invisible workers’ are.
BY ANGELA DENKER

From immigrant to idealist

Faith and idealism fuel the lifelong activism of the former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations.
AN INTERVIEW WITH SAMANTHA POWER

Single fellowship

Some Catholics are single; that doesn’t mean they are alone.
BY JANA M. BENNETT

Healing mysteries

Let’s add to the mysteries of the rosary.
BY ALICE CAMILLE