Vol. 83, No. 10
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Leadership for tomorrow
By Michael Sean Winters
As the U.S. church grows Latino in its demographics, how is it preparing lay leaders for the future?
Life in limbo
by Gwen McClure
The story of a DACA-recipient priest.
A struggle for sainthood
by Kathleen Manning
“It is not enough to be good,” said Oscar Romero.
A pontiff for the polarized
by J. Peter Nixon
Pope Paul VI led the church with a steady hand as it experienced enormous change.
It’s OK to be late for Mass
by Father John Molyneux, C.M.F.
Better late than never, says this self-avowed clock-watcher.
Brick and mortar . . . and glass and steel
an interview with Catherine Osborne
The church has changed through the ages. Nowhere is this more evident than in its architecture.
Invoke his name
by Jeffrey Essmann
Saying the name of Jesus—on repeat—has a powerful effect.
The Examined Life: The right side of justice
By Meghan J. Clark
The Christian call to justice supersedes legal order.
Margin Notes: After the summer of McCarrick
By Kevin Clarke
Is the church capable of fixing itself?
Culture in Context: It runs in the family
By Jessica Mesman Griffith
We don’t have to be doomed tragic heroes.
At Home with our Faith: Very Catholic
By Annemarie Scobey
Catholics have not cornered the market on truth.
Testaments: Does that camel come in a smaller size?
By Alice Camille
So little of our mental and physical baggage accompanies us when we meet our creator.