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We have an opportunity to show our love, not our indifference, to some of the 50,000 children who have been stopped at the U.S. southern border, says Father Gus Puleo, an archdiocesan pastor in Norristown.
Finding the healthy balance between alone time and doing things with friends can be a challenge for today’s teens, writes Erick Rommel. That’s because they are constantly seeing what other people are doing at every moment, thanks to social media.
Violence in Central America and the lack of jobs and education are why thousands of parents are sending their children north in the belief they would be safer in the U.S. A guest editorial argues that U.S. funds should address the migration’s root causes, not its symptoms.
A recently published document by the Vatican deserves everyone’s attention, not just that of theologians, writes Stephen Kent. The practical tome on “spiritual instinct” can be useful as sincere Catholics wrestle with today’s questions.
Physicians and the pope are reminding us that marijuana is an evil to be rejected, and Jesuit Father William Byron reminds the City of Philadelphia that a proposed law allowing marijuana use should likewise be rejected.
Deacon Paul and Helen McBlain know that even after a few years of marriage, a couple may notice “something is missing,” and they need help to invigorate their relationship. It can be harder for those in a second marriage and their blended families.