Making a Difference: If Martin Luther King Jr. could speak to the president, he would push for compassion, peace and nonviolence.
Making a Difference
Making a Difference: The pope laid out for us the foundation upon which the church's ministry for world peace must be built.
Making a Difference: For the first Christmas of World War I, soldiers laid down their weapons and spent day singing and exchanging food in an inspiring display of peace.
Making a Difference: As Catholics, we should oppose oppression of all workers, especially after a fire killed 112 Bangladeshi factor workers last month.
Making a Difference: The U.S. bishops engaged in intense debate at their November meeting, a sign that they struggle, like all believers, to gain a fuller understanding of God's will.
Making a Difference: The issues Catholics care about went largely unnoticed in the election because no one spoke out about them. Here's how to help.
Making a Difference: One 15-year-old document from the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops calls Catholics to help the poorest of the poor.
Making a Difference: The United States ranks last among industrialized countries in percentage of income allotted for poverty-focused foreign assistance.
Picking the best man for president and voting for the best candidates for other elected offices might seem easy -- that is, if you're a single-issue person.
One of the most important events in the modern history of the Catholic church will soon reach a historical milestone. On Oct. 11, the 50th anniversary of the opening of the Second Vatican Council will be celebrated by the church throughout the world.