Catholic moral theology has a great way to sift through some of the hardest moral debates.
The way out is a way pioneered by the Child whose birth we celebrate this week.
Why is a country full of followers of the Prince of Peace so enamored of conflict?
New Military Times survey shows dramatic decrease in satisfaction since 2009.
We inhabit in a soundscape more cluttered and depressing than any people who has ever lived.
A culture unto itself, with distinctive linguistic forms and different family and social structures
A grand jury did its job. Will the American public accept its findings?
Catholic teaching on death and dying helped me understand and navigate a series of moral hazards.
The pope calls on Christians to fight not only capital punishment, but life sentences as well.
Forget ISIS and Ebola. Inequality is the thing that concerns most Americans, survey finds.