The 868-page report uncovers patterns and motives of Jean Vanier and Thomas Philippe’s abuse — and offers a timeline of when L'Arche knew. 

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Much of what the world knows of Anabaptism comes from Amish romance novels and cookbooks; this film is different.

Darkness may surround McAlpine's new album, but the light peers through in the end.

A person wearing a black suit carries a paper program with a photo and name of Tyre Nichols.

“Sometimes our nation and world are so full of injustice, loss, and pain that words fail us and our spirit can find no rest.”

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Kendall Vanderslice reminds us in ‘By Bread Alone’ that the simple act of sharing meals and breaking bread is a profound means to understand God's ways.
Culture Watch
These movies ‘shish-kebab’ the rich — and whet our appetites for a more inclusive and righteous banquet.
Animals are not only an important part of creation but also in people's lives. How the church can play a more holistic role in helping animals and pet guardians.

2022 was a year marked by high-profile humanitarian crises. From the war in Ukraine to a rare outbreak of Ebola in Uganda to the ongoing migration crisis in the Americas, emergencies dominated the headlines. But what about the crises that unfolded outside the spotlight? As the year comes to a close, millions of people are still living through forgotten emergencies, and, as has been the case for more than 50 years, Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is there to help.


My motherhood is not seen on TV.

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