A Dangerous Practice
By Anna Abbott
Catholic interest in the Enneagram persists.
When Seconds Count
By Daniel Allott
A look at what happens when parents continue a pregnancy after a fatal diagnosis
Called by Name
By Anne Hendershott
Researchers seek to understand disparities in diocesan ordination rates.
The Coming Latino Catholic Majority
By J. J. Ziegler
Hispanics account for more than 70 percent of the growth in the US Catholic population since 1960.
By Jordan Allott
Oscar Biscet in his own words
By Michael J. Miller
Relations between the Holy See and the SSPX show signs of improvement, but remain uncertain.
A Tale of Three Magazines
By Robert Moynihan
The story of the launch of Catholic World Report in 1991, and its relationship with 30 Days and with Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, now Pope Benedict XVI
The Future of Concordats
By Alessandra Nucci
Anti-Catholic forces seek to eliminate them.
A Platform for Christian Politicians
By Edward Pentin
The Dignitatis Humanae Institute, which grew out of the Buttiglione Affair, seeks to promote the natural law in European parliaments and public life.
The Blessings of Chastity
By Chuck Weber
Courage’s outreach to men and women with same-sex attraction continues to grow, as bishops like Thomas Olmsted of Phoenix promote its vital work.
The Scandal at 10
By Russell Shaw
What we have and haven’t learned
Who Do You Say That I Am?
By Christopher White
A pilgrim looks back at World Youth Day 2011
Be Not Afraid
By Jim Graves
Bishop Robert Morlino discusses the union fight in Wisconsin, life issues, and the blessings and challenges of governing a diocese.
By George Neumayr
The government’s decision to close its Vatican embassy for lack of “economic return”
Beyond Their Expertise
By Philip F. Lawler
Spare us from Vatican economic analysts