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While an African pope is possible, an Asian may be a better bet

To sum it up: If the question simply is whether an African pope is possible, then the answer is “sure.” If you’re looking for a realistic Third World runner, on the other hand, you may want to look a bit farther east.
By John L. Allen Jr., Angelus News


Bridging the gap between artist and scientist

By Heather King, Angelus News


28th Sunday in Ordinary Time: We, too, have been healed

By Scott Hahn, Angelus News


Thai bishop expresses sorrow after mass shooting leaves over 20 children dead

By Nirmala Carvalho, Crux


Pope appoints new cardinals as members of dicasteries

By Junno Arocho Esteves, Catholic News Service


Supporting adoption in a post-Dobbs America

By Charlie Camosy, The Pillar

Meet Father Bill Holt, the Dominican priest who went viral on ‘Humans of New York’

By Ricardo da Silva, SJ, America

Catholic schools are booming — new poll sheds light on possible reasons

By Jonah McKeown and Zelda Caldwell, Catholic News Agency

French Jesuit and American legal scholar win 2022 Ratzinger Prize

By A.C. Wimmer, Catholic News Agency

Catholic response to mental health crisis: Offering a ray of hope for those suffering in depression and suicide

By Sabrina Ferrisi, National Catholic Register

Baltimore Archbishop William E. Lori prays in front of a miraculous image of Mary at St. George's Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral in Lviv, Ukraine, Oct. 3, 2022. He was in the country to help distribute aid from the Knights of Columbus to refugees of the war in Ukraine. (CNS photo/Jenny Kraska, courtesy Knights of Columbus)

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