Author Archives: Robert Christian

Cardinal O’Malley Explains the Vulnerability of Many Immigrants in One Story

Cardinal Sean O’Malley recounted this powerful story at the launch of Crux, which I had heard previously, but found just as compelling: I often share the story of my first days at the ‘Centro Católico’ when I was visited by a man form El Salvador who sat at my desk and bursts into tears as […]

Quote of the Day

Pope Francis: “I make a heartfelt appeal, that a logic of profit does not prevail, but one of solidarity and justice.”

Fully Alive: Fr. John Main, Christian Meditation, and the Search for the Transcendent

It’s not uncommon for young people to look outside of the Christian tradition for a deeper spiritual experience. Fully Alive: The Daily Path of Christian Meditation by Fr. John Main is a reminder that this is not necessary. Meditation and contemplation have a home in the Catholic tradition, albeit one that is too often overlooked […]

Around the Web

Check out these recent articles from around the web: Hard questions we’re not asking Pope Francis by John Allen: “To date, the only concrete diplomatic success to which Francis can point is helping Syrian President Bashar al-Assad cling to power by opposing Western strikes. The pope had his reasons, including fear for Syria’s Christians in […]

Reconciliation as a means to rebuild society

Millennial co-founder Christopher Hale and Rachel Malinowski have a new article at NCR. They write: Reconciliation isn’t just for us, but also for the transformation of our families, our communities, our church, our country and the entire world. The reconciliation of God with humanity gives us a chance to reimagine and reconstruct human life and […]

Millennial’s 2nd Anniversary: Popular Articles from Year 2 (Part 2)

Here is part two of our compilation of the most popular posts from our Millennial writers and editors in our second year: The Beauty of Breastfeeding by Jeff Sullivan, SJ (2/18/14): “The challenge, then, for those of us invited to into such intimacy is just to continue the conversation, share in the communion, allow ourselves […]

The Church Isn’t Going Away on Immigration Reform

Millennial co-founder Christopher Hale has a new article at Busted Halo on immigration reform. He writes: There’s no chance that Mr. Boehner will change his mind before the November 4 mid-term elections, but when Congress comes back for the “lame-duck” session this winter, the Speaker of the House has the rare chance of being a […]


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