Faith and Justice: No public policy is perfect. There is always something wrong with it. We live in an imperfect world.
Faith and Justice
Faith and Justice: "It is a risky step to interfere with the most intimate details of other people's lives while loudly claiming liberty for yourself."
Faith and Justice: How might the annulment process be simplified? I asked Fr. John Beal, a professor of canon law.
Faith and Justice: It is time for the bishops to admit defeat. Gay marriage is here to stay, and it is not the end of civilization as we know it.
Faith and Justice: The encyclical is great for individual reading but even better for a book club, class, or discussion group. Here's a readers' guide to Laudato Si'.
Faith and Justice: Journalists have had a lot of questions for Fr. Reese lately about Laudato Si': Why does it matter? What impact will it have? Why all the attention?
Faith and Justice: The future looks bleak for religion. But before churches despair, they need to take a closer look at these "nones."
Faith and Justice: "If [the Islamic State group] does come in ... it will be a major humanitarian disaster."
Faith and Justice: Pope Francis is the first pope in history to have a scientific education. He has more scientific training than most of his critics.
Faith and Justice: The Nigerian people are hospitable and hard-working, but they face huge problems: corruption, sectarian violence, and an almost total dependency on oil revenues.