The National Catholic Review


“Religious beliefs are a powerful force in our thinking and in our work.”

Turmoil in Brazil has forced many of the over 65,000 Haitians in that country to leave.

On Sunday morning, I joined in the Sunday service at St. Salvator's Chapel, the University Church at St. Andrews.

While not all will be at ease with the pace of new movements toward interreligious understanding, it would be very hard indeed to argue that things have not changed for the better.

Cathedral, St Andrews Scotland

Some stand behind the students while others have condemned their actions as “criminal” and “thuggery.”

Joy in the next life depends upon justice in this one.

The importance of Russia in the U.S. presidential campaign, and the New York Times' role in amplifying it, has been bizarre.

Joseph Cella, head of the group, called Trump "manifestly unfit to be president" in March but says he has had "a sincere change of heart and mind."

The Democrats are still favored to win, but they risk being caught off-guard by a desire for change.

A Facebook page isn't enough.