VOL. 86, NO. 8
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BY KATIE BAHR
Implemented out of necessity, some pandemic practices are worth keeping.
The joy of love?
BY DON CLEMMER
Catholic teaching on sex leaves both couples and clergy confused.
THE EXAMINED LIFE
Pause for effect
BY JESSIE BAZAN
Take a breath and pray your vocation into fruition.
CULTURE IN CONTEXT
Grounded in truth
BY DANNY DUNCAN COLLUM
With elements of magical realism and even science fiction, The Underground Railroad paints a picture of slavery with historical roots.
SALT & LIGHT
BY DAVID CLOUTIER
The pandemic brought plenty of communication but lacked communion. How can we get back on track?
BY KEVIN CLARKE
The emergency UBI experiment has passed or exceeded expectations.
What’s up with Mary?
BY ALICE CAMILLE
Much of what we know about Mary is grounded not in scripture but in believers’ ongoing love for her and the holy family.
GLAD YOU ASKED
‘Share’ the love
an interview with Ann Garrido
Living our faith online means valuing the truth, says this professor of homiletics.
BY JOHN T. GROSSO
Keep your parish connected with these best practices for digital ministry.
Across the sea
BY DAMIAN COSTELLO
Our lady of Częstochowa forms an unlikely bridge between Poland and Haiti.
BY NATHANIEL HUNTER
U.S. Catholic readers share where they find community online.
Miracle man of Montreal
BY JOHN T. KYLER
André Bessette persevered through every obstacle, with miraculous results.
BY TERESA CODA
Cut comparison out of your parenting practices.