Editor Brian Kaylor reflects on a comment by Joe Biden at a memorial service on Tuesday to those who died from COVID-19: “To heal we must remember. It’s hard sometimes to remember. But that’s how we heal.”
With the outbreak of COVID-19, many historic Hispanic Catholic sites are limiting access — or outright closing — to pilgrims seeking a last hope prayer. The cancellations come even as Catholics seek divine protection — in the form of healing sand, holy water or a
NEW YORK (ABP) -- As the calendar pages turn inexorably toward Sept. 11, New York City is preparing for a flood of solemn remembrance prompted by the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attack that claimed 3,000 lives and launched a decade of angst and uncertainty
Restorative justice, which emphasizes healing of the victim, the community and the offender, is being implemented in different ways across the country. Some focus on victims; others include prison-related ministries and outreach efforts. All center on forgiveness.
The last time a president attempted comprehensive reform of America’s health-insurance system, it went over like the proverbial lead balloon. And conservative religious groups were prominent in the coalition that helped