Vol. 80, No. 3
Uncovered: Who’s still not getting health insurance
by Meghan Murphy-Gill
Despite the national effort to heal America’s health care system, some struggling families are still falling through the cracks.
by Brian Baker
Guys don’t need to sacrifice their masculinity to explore their spirituality. Many men have already gotten together to help each other on the journey.
Complacency: The church’s new challenge
An interview with Dublin Archbishop Diarmuid Martin
The sex abuse crisis can’t be considered a thing of the past, says this dedicated defender of abuse victims. The church must remain vigilant in protecting children and holding accountable those who fail to do so.
Who are we to judge?
by Sarah Butler
Pope Francis may choose to “judge not,” yet he’s still being judged by Catholics worldwide. U.S. Catholic readers offer some widely varying opinions on Francis’ first two years.
by Brother Guy Consolmagno, S.J.
A fantastic voyage into the alternate reality of science fiction gave this Vatican astronomer a new outlook on the real world.
In Person: Woman of good counsel
by Arleen Spenceley
Family therapist Nelle Moriarty provides a listening ear to her clients and a wealth of knowledge to the bishops she advises on the handling of clerical sexual abuse cases.
(Essays, short stories, and poems may not be available online.)
You May Be Right (Letters to the Editor)
Signs of the Times (News)
Catholic Tastes (Humor)
At Home with Our Faith (Family spirituality)
Eye of the Beholder (Art meditation)
Glad You Asked: Why does the pope wear white?
The Examined Life: The fault in our selves
By Kira Dault
Margin Notes: Long overdue
By Kevin Clarke
Culture in Context: More than just a game
By Nick Liao
Testaments: Lift high the cross
By Alice Camille
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