Published April 4, 2017

Old churches are more than landmarks

Artist John Christman’s paintings reflect a dynamic, changing, and multicultural church.

Artist John Christman’s paintings reflect a dynamic, changing, and multicultural church.
U.S. Catholic magazine
Published March 28, 2017

No hate, no fear

An interfaith community responded to an attack on a Philadelphia mosque by creating mural art.

An interfaith community responded to an attack on a Philadelphia mosque by creating mural art.
U.S. Catholic magazine
Published January 31, 2017

Catholic community doesn’t look the same for everyone

Seeking and sustaining community is no easy feat, but its value is something we know in our very souls.

Seeking and sustaining community is no easy feat, but its value is something we know in our very souls.
U.S. Catholic magazine
Published October 11, 2016

‘Las Patronas’ gives hope to Central American refugees

When two sisters encountered a train of desperate refugees, they decided to feed and shelter as many as they could.

U.S. Catholic magazine
Published August 25, 2016

For the Soul

Lines from Brian Doyle

U.S. Catholic's collection of selected poems by Brian Doyle, who wrote essays, nonfiction, and “proems” that graced our pages for years.
U.S. Catholic magazine
Published August 16, 2016

Abundant life: The art of Martín Ramírez

The work of Mexican artist Martín Ramírez reminds us that the spirit is always free.

U.S. Catholic magazine
Published August 10, 2016

Unexpected women

The voices of daring, persistent, stubborn, and defiant Catholics

Published July 5, 2016

There’s a better way to fight homelessness

Albuquerque’s new approach to helping the homeless is all about self-worth.

U.S. Catholic magazine
Published June 21, 2016

Liturgy gives college students a space to heal

The course of grieving is never smooth, but worship gives students a place to process their loss.

The course of grieving is never smooth, but worship gives students a place to process their loss.
U.S. Catholic magazine
Published June 14, 2016

An aging prison population

Seniors in prison face many challenges. The worst? Being betrayed by their own bodies.

Laura Whitaker
Published May 31, 2016

Urban renewal?

Urban renewal was meant to usher in new, modern cities. But what were once vibrant Catholic communities are now parking lots and office parks.

Urban renewal was meant to usher in new, modern cities. But what were once vibrant Catholic communities are now parking lots and office parks.
U.S. Catholic magazine
Published May 4, 2016

A deficit of hope

America is a bad place to be a juvenile offender, and Catholics around the country are speaking up.

America is a bad place to be a juvenile offender, and Catholics around the country are speaking up.
U.S. Catholic magazine
Published April 1, 2016

Each by name

Pets are friends and confidants who teach us about faith, love, and our place in God’s creation.

U.S. Catholic magazine
Published March 9, 2016

Sacred faces

Father John Giuliani’s artwork honors Native American cultures and reminds us of how God comes into the world.

by John Christman, S.S.S.