Faith and Justice: At the Last Supper, Jesus said, “Do this in memory of me,” not “have a celibate priesthood.”
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Faith and Justice: Pope Francis hasn't changed the church's position on birth control, celibacy, women priests or gay marriage, but he has fundamentally changed how we see the church.
Faith and Justice: A Q&A with Fr. Michael Czerny, undersecretary of the Vatican's new Section for Migrants and Refugees, reporting directly to Pope Francis.
Faith and Justice: For me, Lent is all about the weekday Scripture readings. Without reflecting on the Scriptures, it is almost impossible to become an adult Christian.
Faith and Justice: Freedom of religion is especially a concern for the 10 to 12 million foreign workers who reside in Saudi Arabia. There is an uncertainty about what constitutes public worship or grounds for arrest.
Faith and Justice: Real tax reform would require getting rid of tax gimmicks and loopholes. But those are very popular, both on Capitol Hill and with taxpayers.
Faith and Justice: Donald Trump and the Republican Congress are not doing churches any favor if they fulfill the promise to repeal the Johnson Amendment.
Faith and Justice: Expanding the expedited removal process will cause serious problems for asylum seekers because the current process is a failure even before it is expanded.
Faith and Justice: Republicans love tax cuts. But the problem with the Republican philosophy of tax cuts is that it ignores economic conditions.
Faith and Justice: Donald Trump attracts readers and viewers for the American media. But under Trump, "mainstream media" has become a term of contempt.