Vol. 84, No. 3
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By Kaya Oakes
How are today’s Catholics committed to social action?
by Amanda Hendler-Voss
The body of Christ is made up of all of us, including the neurodiverse.
by Patrick Gallagher
A closer look at the stations of the cross.
by Sister Rhonda Miska
How the ‘pop art nun’ deepened one novice’s faith.
by Meghan Murphy-Gill
To make positive change in the church, start with how we address God.
an interview with Deacon Tom Lambert
Parishes need to minister to people with mental illness, says this deacon.
by Jennon Bell Hoffmann
John Abbate brings his values to his McDonald’s franchise.
The Examined Life: Wounds talk
By Father Bryan Massingale
What’s happening at the border is a crime against our collective humanity.
Margin Notes: Is it hot in here?
By Kevin Clarke
Reversals on carbon emissions threaten global progress on climate change.
Culture in Context: Funny girl
By Pamela Hill Nettleton
Mrs. Maisel shouldn’t fall for that insidious myth about women and careers.
At Home with our Faith: The cost of children
By Meghan Murphy-Gill
If the church wants to support family life, it should turn its eye to socioeconomics.
Testaments: Unoriginal sin
By Alice Camille
Evil is remarkably unremarkable.
Glad You Asked: Should you read the Bible from start to finish?