WASHINGTON (RNS) — Author Melissa Rogers said ‘being opponents on one issue does not make us enemies; it makes us potential collaborators on something else.’
(RNS) — 'This is the Seminary recognizing that along with repentance for past sins, there is also a need for action,' said Virginia Theological Seminary President Ian S. Markham.
(RNS) — The website includes a spreadsheet of 314 individuals whom genealogists have identified as being part of the group sold by the Jesuit priests.
(RNS) — After his talk, I hoped to ask Father Martin to say more about his pastoral recommendations for LGBT Catholics.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — Bishop Robert McElroy of San Diego criticized both extremes in the fight over religious freedom and called for public consensus based on solidarity to heal our nation in this hyper-partisan age.
(RNS) — In a surprising reversal, Notre Dame decided last week that allowing its health insurer to provide free contraceptives to female students and workers does not, after all, impinge on its religious liberty. So how sincere was the legal argument to begin with?
(RNS) — As Halloween approaches, the Rev. David Collins, a Jesuit professor of history at Georgetown University, takes us back to a time in European history when witches were persecuted and executed by society.
WASHINGTON (RNS) A dissenting report criticizes the commission for failing to investigate Israel.
WASHINGTON (RNS) The day of remembrance, which includes a liturgy and the rededication of two buildings, came seven months after the university announced plans to mark its connections to the slave trade.
(RNS) It might seem folly to try to put a number on religion's value to American society. But Brian Grim gave it a try.
WASHINGTON (RNS) Georgetown University officials said steps will include a 'Mass of Reconciliation' with the Jesuits and the Archdiocese of Washington and a memorial to slaves from whom the university benefited.
In a comment to one of the many blog posts about a controversy concerning Georgetown University’s past with slavery, we read: “I did not enslave anyone. I did not profit ...
WASHINGTON (RNS) The media were not permitted inside, but students who heard her said she urged respect for those who think women should have choice in their reproductive decisions.
(RNS) I find the conservative critique that “Georgetown is not Catholic enough” to be weak and misinformed.
(RNS) No authentically Catholic school should give a special platform to voices that promote abortion, he said.
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