The National Catholic Review


We haven’t yet begun to call it Super Thursday, but it’s the biggest cluster of elections on the same day for some years.

What is the message you’re trying to convey to the students with this last university-sponsored lecture?

John Paul II, who visited in 1997, said, “Lebanon is more than a country; it is a message.”

The cardinal both advocated for Europe’s refugee arrivals and spoke passionately about the contribution of migrants to London in particular.

The G.O.P. doesn't want experience, the Northeast is hot again and more fallout from the presidential primaries.

“Maybe we did not have a problem, but an opportunity with the gift of those more than 100 people who want to witness with their lives [to] the presence of the risen Lord among us.”

Christ’s humanity stands at the center of the Easter mystery.

Events in New York City, Boston and Holland, Mich., are free and open to the public.

I did not want to spend much time speculating about a “Jesuit pope.”

Author Sean Salai, S.J., at a recent book talk (Pete Young/Jesuit High School of Tampa)

The Humanitarian Corridors project refuses to reduce refugee families to mere statistics.