- Jun 14, 2021
John Allen on the need to support elderly priests.
Claire Giangravè, our Faith and Culture correspondent and a key ingredient in Crux’s success over the last three years, is leaving us to take up a new position with the Religion News Service as their Vatican correspondent as part of a broader partnership with the Associated Press.
Crux is currently looking for a couple of interns, meaning young people interested in testing the waters of journalism by working for borderline-obsessive personality types for a few months under ridiculous pressure for no more than a modest, albeit competitive, stipend.
Crux wraps up its annual fundraising appeal today, and we need your help.
Over 300 cloistered religious women obtained the permission by Pope Francis to attend a conference addressing the overhaul of contemplative life introduced by the pontiff. While some sisters welcomed the novelties with joy, others struggle to put its principles into practice.
As the countdown to Pope Francis’s arrival in Ireland on Saturday goes on, a sampling of sights and sounds from the World Meeting of Families, including Crux being banned from a rival counter-event.
May 2018 has been a great month for Crux.
Nigerian bishops back Christian self-defense, the Met is about to explore the intersection between faith and fashion, and why Crux is having a great April.