Check out these recent articles from around the web: Stop being angry at Western media for ‘ignoring’ Boko Haram by Karen Attiah: “It is Nigeria’s government that ultimately is responsible for the life and security of all Nigerian citizens. And in this basic duty, it has failed. It is Nigeria’s military that is responsible for […]

Millennial writer Daniel DiLeo has a new article at Political Theology Today. He writes: The Vatican recently indicated that Francis’ encyclical on ecology will likely be published before the summer. Crux observes that already “Pope Francis’ stance on climate change is the latest battleground for US Catholics” and, unfortunately, this battle seems likely to intensify […]

Millennial co-founder Christopher Hale has a new article in Time. He writes: To be truly pro-life, we cannot simply support a child’s right to be born, but also the right of the mother to expect substantial support from her community and from her government. We can’t be pro-life and anti-woman. It doesn’t work. And we […]

Fr. James Martin, SJ: “All human life has dignity, and that includes the unborn, the poor, the migrant, the refugee, the homeless, the unemployed, the terminally ill, the aged, the forgotten.”

Jesus’ miraculous presence in the womb of Mary is often highlighted to illustrate the dignity of the unborn child. But these days, the life of Christ is also particularly helpful in allowing us to see and remember the dignity of the immigrant child. When Jesus was just a child, his family fled their home to […]

Pope Francis: “Goodness is its own reward and draws us closer to God, who is the Supreme Good…Goodness offers infinitely more than money, which only deludes, because we have been created to receive the love of God and to offer it, not measuring everything in terms of money or power.”

Millennial editor Robert Christian appeared on the Source and Summit podcast to discuss why Millennial was created and how it has evolved. He explained: Ultimately we are trying to explore what it means to embrace our faith as young Catholics in the 21st century. This means addressing the most pressing political issues of the day, […]


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