The time has come, no matter your political views, to agree on common sense and necessary actions that will help curb violence
Call to responsible citizenship doesn’t end when the polls close
“Where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them,” Jesus says in the Gospel of Matthew.
Pressing for policy particulars is important, but it’s also good to know how a candidate’s world view stacks up against our own
We need to support ongoing efforts to engage youth and young adults in ways that deepen their faith, give them purpose and motivate them to evangelize their peers.
A recent poll by the Knights of Columbus and Marist College Institute for Public Opinion on civility in public discourse confirms what many of us have observed: the tone of political conversations today is laden with too much negativity and disrespect.
Genealogy is a popular hobby for many people, and I’ve been trying to learn more in recent years about the roots and branches of my own family tree to complement the stories my parents and grandparents told me as a child. The recent release of 1940 U.S. Census data was an opportunity to fill in some gaps and learn a few details I’ve been thinking a lot about as the July 4 holiday approaches.