Commentary: I never expect to be affirmed for what I do. So it was shocking to receive affirmation for my efforts from the pope.
Peace & Justice
John Dennis Apel protested outside a California Air Force base every month for 17 years. After a series of arrests, the Supreme Court is set to decide if anti-military protests are free speech.
I went to Fort Benning, Ga., over the weekend to join the call for the closing of the Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation, also known as the School of the Americas.
Opinion: America needs a comprehensive national strategy to end hunger, a strategy based on the fundamental human right to food.
Terri Steinberg said she never thought about the death penalty until her son was put on death row.
Review: In Occupy Spirituality, the authors summon us to a dialogue of openness to the genuine needs and insights of the people, especially the "new generation."
Mother Agnes Mariam on a speaking tour of the U.S. said she wants all foreign parties out of Syria so reconciliation can be negotiated.
THANK YOU, ANARCHY: NOTES FROM THE OCCUPY APOCALYPSE
By Nathan Schneider
Published by University of California Press, $24.95
On the Road to Peace: William Stringfellow has been part of my regular spiritual diet since graduate theology school. A new collection offers the best of his biblical insights.
The Catholic Campaign for Human Development deserves the full support of the U.S. bishops because of its success in fighting poverty, said a group of Catholics on the eve of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops' fall general assembly Nov. 11-14 in Baltimore.
In a letter addressed to all of the bishops, 47 Catholic leaders, including three retired bishops and former USCCB staff members, urged the prelates to "redouble your commitment to social ministries that lift people out of poverty," especially CCHD.