Doctors on What President Trump Faces Going Forward

A day after President Trump announced that he and his wife, Melania, had tested positive for COVID-19, an infectious disease specialist with the Catholic Medical Association weighed-in on what the president might face in the upcoming weeks.

Reality Won’t Confirm Our Political Preferences

The death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, 45 days before the elections, has shaken an already turbulent season. For many voters, Supreme Court picks are an important issue in choosing the candidate they will support.

Israel Signs Diplomatic Pacts With Two Arab States at White House

On Sept. 15 at the White House, Israel signed diplomatic pacts to normalize relations with the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain. While specific details of the pacts are not yet public, the three countries will open embassies and establish economic ties including tourism, technology, and energy.

Dignity of Human Life Transcends Politics

As the elections approach, abortion debates will once again heat up. And, near an election, all debates tend to be reduced to whom you should vote for.

‘Where There Is Hatred, Let Me Sow Love’

This is a good time to remember things that should be obvious: Family is more important than politics, friendship is more significant than party affiliation.

What Must Be Said

How important is the language used to administer sacraments? Why would a sacrament be invalid just because the minister changed a couple of words in the formula established to administer it? We have a look at the case in this issue of The Tablet with quotes from experts in both fields, but it would be useful to point out two details about the case.

The Lost Summer?

September is almost here. It’s the time when we normally say good-bye to summer — vacations, travel, the beach — and go back to normal life. Kids and young people go back to school. Of course, this year, summer was anything but normal.