Peter Paolo during his internship with the Holy See. (Photo: Courtesy of Peter Paolo)

Religious Internships Expose Young Catholics to Faith-Related Experiences

It will always be a point of pride for Peter Paolo that he interned at the United Nations headquarters this past summer. At age 22, he was able to overcome the initial awe he felt when he first walked into the hallowed halls of the famed intergovernmental peacekeeping organization and focus on holding down a job there. 

California’s Rising Assisted Suicide Rate Alarms Catholics

When California in 2021 relaxed its physician-assisted death rules — easing access to the lethal means for residents to take their own lives — several lawmakers behind the change cited a desire to aid the terminally ill, invoking a sort of legislative altruism.