5 minutes with Francis: 'The church cannot continue with a diminishing number of priests.'
At the Intersection: One thing has remained the same between the 1999 and 2015 U.S. papal visits: a sense of expectation and hope.
As the St. Paul-Minneapolis archdiocese prepares for a new leader, the Vatican-appointed interim administrator met with a Catholic reform group that the former archbishop had warned his flock against joining.
Organizers and delegates to the third international women’s ordination conference, finishing a three-day conference here, said they were leaving with a renewed energy and purpose.
Priests explain their diverse journeys in support of women's ordination at WOW conference in Philadelphia.
Today’s selection from Wisdom sounds like a playground war: “Get him! He thinks he’s too smart! Goody two-shoes, just you wait and see!” (There should probably be all kinds of “$##¡@&**@!” representing the colorful language used by our preteen perpetrators.)
At women's ordination conference. Sr. Kane says, "Pope Francis, to listen to the women of our church and world who cry out in anguish."
Philadelphia -- The women's ordination conference this evening singled out four women, honoring them with the "Theresa Kane Woman of Vision and Courage Awards."
“It is important to make the record right in respect to the mission Indians, to make an honest effort to set things straight and move towards the future.”
NCR Today: In truth, the church changed more in the 50 years since Vatican II than in the first 2,000 years -- just like everything else in the world.