- Jul 9, 2020
The magazine of the Jesuit religious order in the United States has publicly withdrawn its endorsement of Judge Brett Kavanaugh as Supreme Court justice following testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee by the Jesuit-educated Kavanaugh and the woman accusing him of sexually assaulting her decades ago.
Jesuit Father James Martin’s talk on Jesus drew both fans and protesters in Chicago.
As the editor of the National Catholic Reporter, a national biweekly, Dennis Coday reads his competitor, the National Catholic Register. But he does not have to agree with it. The Reporter is seen as somewhat liberal in theology and politics. The Register, a competing biweekly with a confusingly similar name,
In a rare display of ecclesial unity, a cross-section of liberal and conservative Catholic publications pushed forward a singular message Thursday: It’s time for the United States to end the use of the death penalty. “We, the editors of four Catholic journals — America magazine, the National Catholic Register, the
Famous Catholic funnyman Stephen Colbert paid a visit to chaplain emeritus of Colbert Nation, the Rev. James Martin, SJ, to answer a few questions about his faith. Colbert said if he could ask Pope Francis a single question, it’d be how he gets a smile on his face each morning. “The