In the spotlight: Pope meets clown-therapists, Laetare Medal winner, cyclone strikes Malawi
Photos of the Week: March 27, 2023
Nation/World news briefs: March 27, 2023
In focus: L.A. bishop murder plea, Starbucks strike, Pope Benedict inheritance
Why I’m learning to grow in habitual living
Religion, Cardinal Francis George said once, “is not so much a matter of choice as it is a matter of habit.”
Laws, lawsuits and adult involvement needed to save kids from social media ‘harm,’ say experts
“Many of these digital spaces our children have been dropped into were not designed with children in mind,” explained Christopher McKenna, a digital security expert, founder of Protect Young Eyes, and a keynote speaker at the 2022 National Catholic Education Association conference.
Lay group’s use of data to root out clergy sexual misconduct draws concern
“This isn’t going to help a man develop a healthy sexual identity as a celibate priest; this is not, to my mind, the most effective way to do it,” said Daniella Zsupan-Jerome of the St. John’s University School of Theology and Seminary.
How to successfully accompany young Hispanic Catholics
“Barely 2% to 3% of school-age Hispanic Catholic children are enrolled in Catholic schools. Few dioceses and parishes have strong ministerial programs serving this important population.”
The mental health crisis crosses all boundaries and ages
Beyond the mental health crisis numbers in our country are real people, and a hopefully changing attitude toward mental health issues.
La crisis de salud mental traspasa todas las fronteras y edades
Era difícil estar alegre en el día. La lluvia golpeaba las ventanas sin cesar aquella mañana. Me metí debajo de las sábanas y, buscando ser agradecida, me dije que era bueno que la lluvia nos diera la humedad necesaria.