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Hello, today is Monday, December 20, 2021

FEATURED


The accidental tragedy of the new ‘West Side Story’

The new film is self-serious, expensive, and nostalgic — all the qualities that have weighed down the second half of Spielberg’s career. Laser-focused on accuracy and representation, the movie accidentally ends up endorsing the sort of divisiveness that leads to its central tragedy.
Read more from Hannah Long, Angelus News

ARTS & CULTURE


‘The Chosen’ Christmas special makes the Nativity personal

By Sophia Martinson, Angelus News

NATION


Covington Catholic graduate reaches settlement with NBC

By Lexi Lonas, The Hill

NATION


Troops find religious exemption for vaccines unattainable

By Lolita C. Baldor, AP

VATICAN


Pope Francis: Let’s focus on helping others this Christmas

By Hannah Brockhaus, Catholic News Agency

WHAT WE'RE READING TODAY


Religion in the time of COVID

By Steven Malanga, City Journal
 

Is a new kind of religion forming on the internet?

By Rebecca Jennings, Vox
 

Across US, houses of worship struggle to rebuild attendance

By David Crary, Crux/AP
 

Bishop Paprocki: Illinois repeal of parental notice abortion law 'a dark and disgraceful moment'

By Jonah McKeown, Catholic News Agency
 

Pope: Eat, give gifts, be 'merry' this Christmas, but don't forget Jesus

By Carol Glatz, Catholic News Service
A man looks through debris in Dimiao, Philippines, Dec. 17, 2021, in the aftermath of Typhoon Rai. The storm has claimed more than 200 lives and Caritas Philippines has appealed for donations to bolster its emergency response. Read more from Catholic News Service (CNS photo/Marco J. Dagasuhan, social media via Reuters)
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