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Catholicism

  1. the kavanaugh confirmation
    Meet Brett Kavanaugh’s Alleged Accomplice, Mark JudgeKavanaugh’s accuser alleges that his high-school buddy, who has since become a writer, was in the room during the assault.
  2. A Look at Trump’s Shortlist for Replacing Anthony KennedyDon’t expect any surprises given Trump’s unusual self-discipline in keeping his judicial promises to conservatives.
  3. 2018 met gala
    Anna Wintour Closely Followed the Met Gala’s Catholic ThemeIs that a diamond rosary around her neck?
  4. met gala 2018
    Catholic High School Students Are Unrelentingly InventiveOn the fashion rebellions of uniform-wearing teens.
  5. met gala 2018
    The Official Met Gala 2018 Drinking GameTake a sip every time you see a rosary.
  6. Did Pope Francis Abolish Hell?The Vatican is equivocating about what Francis did and didn’t say, but it’s certainly reviving some very old debates about the afterlife.
  7. hot shot
    Here’s Pope Francis Blessing a LamborghiniHoly, holy, holy.
  8. oh my god
    The Met Gala 2018 Theme Has Been RevealedDid not see this one coming.
  9. movies
    The 8 Most Catholic-School Things About Lady BirdThe stereotypes about Catholic school — strict nuns, pleated skirts — are usually true, but Lady Bird treats them lovingly.
  10. amen
    There Are No Gluten-Free Options at Holy CommunionRude!
  11. close reads
    Silence’s Theological Adviser on the Movie’s Controversial Ending“This isn’t the fake spirituality of ‘If you believe in God, everything turns out great.’”
  12. explainers
    So, How, Exactly, Is the Pope Chosen? A Young Pope Primer#SmokeWatch.
  13. Southern Hostility to Francis Not About ReligionOld anti-Catholic traditions have all but died in the Deep South, but conservatives aren’t likely to back the views of a left-wing Latin American.
  14. abortion
    Pope Says ‘Contrite’ Women May Be Forgiven for Having Abortions Catholic priests will be allowed to absolve women of the sin of abortion. 
  15. Pope Francis Balances Humility, Vatican OpulenceAt mass in Rome, the pope is a champion of equality, but his words do not always match with the realities and traditions of the Catholic Church.