The TPP doesn’t just put jobs at risk. It rewrites the rules of business for big corporations—just ask Pope Francis.
The pope could inspire a green energy revolution among faith communities.
Pope Francis is redefining the ongoing transition to greener energy as a moral and spiritual obligation.
You’re invited to the IPS and Community Cinema [DC] preview about the first openly gay person to be elected bishop in the high church traditions of Christianity.
Jorge Bergoglio may have acted cowardly during Argentina’s Dirty War, but at least he addresses the growing gap between the rich and poor.
Jorge Mario Bergoglio’s election to the papacy further tarnishes the position — and the Church.
As pope, an African could provoke a subtle but important change in global attitudes toward Africa and focus more attention on a rising continent rich with promise and challenges alike.
The Penn State and Philadelphia archdiocese cases are parallel examples of two grand, exalted institutions fleeing their moral responsibilities.
Although its opposition to abortion and family planning probably won’t foment a landslide away from the Catholic Church, the steady erosion of membership is increasing.
Rep. Paul Ryan’s trying to justify his abuse of the poor with religious lip service.
Catholic hospitals follow an edict that requires them to override do-not-resuscitate orders.
Deterrence has long outlived its usefulness.
What is it about confession that the Catholic hierarchy can’t seem to grasp?
The Catholic Church in Latin America is no longer the only game in town.