Exploiting nature for selfish, short-sighted gain often has some terrible, unintended consequences.
We must have eyes opened to some terrible things that lurk in the shadows of our communities.
In Catholicism, there is a perennial tension between war and peace.
We know that Jesus is calling us to heal the hurt.
Current events and the U.S. bishops challenge this assumption and call us to no longer neglect this problem.
The archdiocesan office for social justice and KC Common Good will host a dialogue on the criminalization of policy.
The people of Geel give a powerful witness to how we as Christians should love those with mental illness.
"We’ll remember in November," is a powerful chorus in American democracy.
The prophet Nathan knew the power of a well-told story to transform.
As a parish, resolve this year to encounter Christ in relationship with another parish.