Vol. 83, No. 1
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By Jessie Bazan
Let Catholic social teaching shape your new year.
by Melissa Walker
Father Joe’s Villages in San Diego offers the homeless a vision of a different future.
by Annemarie Scobey
There are many reasons to be Catholic. Grace is present in all of them.
by Shanna Johnson
A tiny dog is a life lesson in how to get up and keep going.
Resisting Islamophobia is the Catholic thing to do.
an interview with Kathleen Desautels, S.P.
If Jesus walked on earth today, he’d probably march alongside this Catholic activist and teacher.
by Jeffrey Essmann
Children’s preparation for their first communion is a reminder of the wonder of the Eucharist.
The Examined Life: Human together
By Meghan Clark
Flourishing, not fixing flaws, should be the goal.
Margin Notes: Another year of mercy
By Kevin Clarke
Mercy should be our policy on undocumented people.
Culture in Context: Empty arms
By Jessica Mesman Griffith
Invasion and destruction aren’t the feelings new Catholic mothers expect.
Testaments: Words wrapped in silence
By Alice Camille
Follow Mary’s example and give your heart to the mystery of God.
Glad You Asked: What is atonement?
At Home with our Faith: #FamilyGoals
By Annemarie Scobey
This year, make resolutions deeper than who empties the dishwasher on Mondays.