NBC Connecticut News: A man who pleaded guilty last year to drug conspiracy charges for supplying four pounds of meth to a former Bridgeport priest was sentenced on Wednesday.
WHERE TWO WORLDS TOUCH: A SPIRITUAL JOURNEY THROUGH ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE
By Jade C. Angelica
Published by Skinner House, $16
This winter, three good friends and four admired colleagues died. As my generation winks out, there is plenty of time at funerals to think about grief and comforting the brokenhearted. It isn't easy.
Fascinating information is emerging from the new Pew Research survey on the religious beliefs and practices of Latinos in the United States.
The Gallup poll’s annual “moral acceptability” scale shows that Americans are showing more tolerance for a range of behaviors.
Financial Times has a short interview of a Benedictine monk who explains that a calmer mind makes for a better leader.
A fox red Labrador retriever named Festus has given Marine Staff Sgt. Nick Bennett something he hasn't had since a rocket attack in Anbar Province in Iraq in 2004.
Preview: Fr. Allan Nilles presided over three of his own families' weddings.
With a pope who is trying "to light a fire in the heart of the world," the bishop of Innsbruck, Austria, seems to be throwing cold water on the entire project.
Editor's note: This essay by Kerry Cronin is reprinted with permission from "Intimacy and Relationships in Catholic Life," the Spring 2014 issue of C21 Resources, published by the Church in the 21st Century Center at Boston College. The 38-page glossy, magazine-style publication contains 17 essays by various authors examining such topics as "intimacy in the age of Facebook," sexual relationships inside and outside marriage, intimacy in celibacy, theology of the body, intimacy between generations and intimacy with God.