Dignity of family

Having a small child face an illness that doctors declare to be untreatable and ultimately fatal is nightmare enough for any parent. But the recent high-profile case of Alfie Evans is a reminder of the human capacity to create further harm in

Editorial: God is with us

The Middle East was the birthplace of Christianity and has been, down through the ages, the greatest source of Christian martyrs. In recent decades, as the plight of Christians in the Middle East largely has been ignored by the West in the

Editorial: Caught in the web

It takes something extraordinary to rain on a triumph like the NCAA men’s basketball championship. But after Villanova prevailed in the final game on April 2, one of their players, 21-year-old Donte DiVincenzo, who is white, was asked by reporters about comments

Editorial: The bad place

This year, the observance of Holy Week came with more focus on hell than usual, because of the assertion on Holy Thursday by an Italian journalist that Pope Francis told him that hell does not exist. Eugenio Scalfari, the 93-year-old co-founder and

Editorial: Culture of violence

The world watched as hundreds of thousands of people — young and not-so-young — marched for an end to gun violence and called for gun reforms March 24. Indeed, gun violence is a disturbingly common problem in today’s society — especially when

Editorial: A lasting bridge

Archbishop John F. Noll created Our Sunday Visitor to respond to attacks against the Church from outside groups. Unfortunately, 105 years later, we are finding similar attacks taking place within our own ranks. We have spoken out before in this space against

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