On the feast of St. Francis of Assisi in 1965, in the midst of a historic visit to New York, Pope Paul VI ascended the rostrum before the UN General Assembly and called for peace. The Read on

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If you’re looking for a way to work a few hours (or more if you’re really interested), enter in your internet search engine an entry roughly like “The Resurrection of Christ in the West” Read on

Anyone who has been tracking population trends for the past few decades knows two things: America is becoming more diverse and Americans are abandoning their traditional religious homes. But while many are abandoning their formal religious affiliation and practice, Read on

No doubt Kovid changed the clergy. In New York, anyway. In the deadliest months of the coronavirus pandemic, when many New Yorkers were most in need of their religious communities, houses of worship were either closed or operated with limited attendance. Read on

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