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A 22-week-old preemie put a face to the virtues I’ve learned as a nurse—and a Jesuit

I had never been more convinced of humanity’s potential for greatness than when I saw the freshly opened eyes of the smallest patient ever in my care.

What do Winnie the Pooh and Christ’s Ascension have in common? They teach us about imagination.

When we say farewell to those who have meant so much to us, we close up a world like a book.

Cardinals Cupich and Tobin Met With CDF Prefect in Late April


Cardinal Ladaria’s Letter on Reception of Communion: An Explainer


German Foreign Minister Welcomes Day of Same-Sex Blessings Ahead of Papal Audience


As Israeli-Palestinian violence escalates, Christian leaders voice concern

Christian leaders in the Holy Land expressed deep concern over growing Israeli-Palestinian violence, as the two sides clashed in Jerusalem and Israel launched airstrikes into Gaza, responding to rocket attacks.

In Gaza, tiny Catholic community tries to stay in touch during airstrikes

Since early May 11, Israeli bombs have been falling around the Rosary Sisters school in Gaza, which sustained light to moderate damage inside and outside the compound -- including to the front door and solar panels used for electricity.

Catholic Perspectives in Short Supply at Vatican Health Conference


Spirit and the Machine: Catholic Responses to an Increasingly Artificial World

Join the Hank Center for the Catholic Intellectual Heritage, America Media, the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University and the Fordham Center on Religion and Culture for a robust interdisciplinary discussion that aims to promote responsibility among organizations, governments, institutions of higher education, and the private sector and explore resources that the Catholic intellectual and social teaching tradition might offer to the conversation.