US Catholic Faith in Real Life

To maintain her calm, this Catholic sister tweets prayers to @POTUS

For Sister Susan Francois, a personal project in accountability has become a public witness.

By A U.S. Catholic interview |
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Sister of Saint Joseph of Peace Susan Francois grew up knowing that the Catholic faith is connected to making the world a better place, but she probably didn’t expect she would be using her voice as a woman of the Church to influence public discourse on Twitter, one of the world’s top social media websites.

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Is there space for science in seminaries? This professor says yes.

Christians are more likely than other groups to ask religious leaders scientific questions

By A U.S. Catholic interview |
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In 2013 the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) found that Christians are more likely than other religious groups to ask religious leaders questions about science. The problem is that few religious leaders have exposure to science or are trained to address these questions.

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