Meghan Clark is an assistant professor of moral theology at St. John's University. She is a fellow at the Institute for Policy Research & Catholic Studies and a writer for Millennial.

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'Fratelli Tutti' shares practical wisdom, but lacks insights of women

Commentary: Fratelli Tutti synthesizes much of Pope Francis' social magisterium, proposing a long-overdue conversation about moral obligations within the one human family. Yet, amid this, women are largely absent.


'Querida Amazonia' provides reflection on ecological sin

Querida Amazonia calls us to seek justice with the Amazonian peoples; to understand the exhortation, one must begin with the Amazon synod's final document, specifically the section on ecological sin.

Solidarity is our word: My humanity is bound up in yours

What does it mean to be a human person? The debate between Catholicism and libertarianism, which took center stage in Catholic circles over the summer, is not primarily about economics or politics. It is about anthropology.