The recent resignation of Call to Action's board signifies an new era of justice for a group whose central platform is seeking reform in the Roman Catholic church.
Book review: John McCoy's biography of Archbishop Raymond "Dutch" Hunthausen paints the painful story of a bishop's conscience and Rome's determination to hold fast to institutional control.
Column: Economic violence, a phrase rarely uttered in policy debates, was a reality to which Ruth Sivard devoted her professional life.
Soul Seeing: I'm back from Beirut, where I presented a workshop on resilience to the Blue Marists, a group of laywomen, laymen and brothers serving refugees in war-ravaged Aleppo, Syria.
Editorial: Midway through the synod, our bishops have stumbled upon a key experience of being in and raising a family: uncertainty.
Preview: "Who writes a biography about a nun? Can you think of anything duller?" asked Benedictine Sr. Joan Chittister, at an event marking the publication of her new biography.
Young Voices: We Catholics like visible signs that point to bigger realities. And for my money, there’s no better tangible sign of hope than Cubs fans at Wrigley Field.
Book Review: Persons of African descent have been denied a home since this nation's earliest beginnings.
Archbishop John Myers has given his priests strict guidelines on refusing Communion to Catholics who support gay marriage or whose own marriage is invalid in the eyes of the church.
Conversations with Sr. Camille: Sr. Kay Crumlish, the executive director of Mercy Home, a residence program for adults living with intellectual challenges, recalls vacations with Mercy Home's residents.