Where do the desires that direct your life find their source? And how and when do they assert themselves through all unlikelihood and doubt?
The appointment of Blase Cupich will have an impact beyond the Catholic Church because it tells us about the role Francis wants the church to play in American life.
Tom Cornell has been a part of the Catholic Worker movement for more than sixty years. He started in 1953 when he was nineteen years old.
Scarcity, whether of time or of money, taxes our bandwidth. If you have to think nonstop about either, you can’t think about much of anything else.
Our so-called border crisis is not fundamentally a question of security, but one of poverty, injustice, and disorder.
Even if use of solitary confinement brings short-term order to some penal institutions, it does serious damage to inmates and exacts a steep moral cost.
Conservatives insist that higher incomes at the very top fuel investment and growth and improve living standards. Real-world outcomes make nonsense of these claims.
The argument for raising the minimum wage is as much moral as economic; it is an argument about fairness and the dignity of labor.
Many of us have adapted to our consumer culture—a culture in which affluence is morally innocent or even commendable. “More” is taken to be a universal aspiration.
After years of economic travail caused by Wall Street excesses and increasing worry over rising inequality and declining mobility, the culture shows signs of change.
Pope Francis has surprised the world because he embraces the Christian calling to destabilize and to challenge.