Explorer Ernest Shackleton was vigilant in his effort to keep up morale as he veiled his private worry on his expedition across Antarctica.
Fake news that distorts public discourse and manipulates the public will not be countered effectively by a renewed interest in journalistic ethics or more laws aimed at improving disclosure of the sources of online content. It is a cultural problem.
The Olympic message stands in sharp contrast to another one playing out on the international stage, the mounting call for more nuclear weapons.
This month, which is Catholic Press Month, is a good time to reflect on Pope’s Francis’ Communications Day message and its importance for Catholic journalists around the world as they strive to report the truth and combat fake news in all of its forms.
National Catholic Schools Week Jan. 28-Feb. 3 highlights the significant contribution of the 6,300 Catholic schools that serve 1.8 million students and their families and communities. This week gives us much to celebrate and provides an opportunity to advocate for greater government support to make it possible for more parents to choose the best school for their child.
“Be on the alert then, for you do not know the day nor the hour.”
Modern technology appeared to amend Jesus’ warning when an emergency alert in Hawaii gave both the day, Jan. 13, and the hour, 8 a.m.
Love saves lives. A definitive statement, but is it true? We, as the hands, heartand voices of Christ in the world, can help those in difficult situations.
Catholics in our country are barely aware that our coreligionists around the world are persecuted in dozens of countries.