The Field Hospital: Demise of rural Iowa's Protestant churches; Houston Parishioners protest church closing; Dioceses are appointing priests to be "missionaries of mercy"
NCR Today: The archdiocese said the list includes clergy and religious who "have allegations that are either admitted, established or determined to be credible."
Just Catholic: There was no real coverage of the 43rd March for Life. Isn't discussion about abortion newsworthy?
Editorial: The United States has become accomplished at destruction on a massive scale. We've yet to show anywhere near the same level of skill at putting things back together.
A "profound sense of reverence and respect" for the lives and gifts of laypeople impacted Fr. William Bausch's approach to being pastor of St. Mary Parish in Colts Neck, N.J.
Mary Anne Grady Flores visited with her ailing mother before beginning a jail sentence for violating an order to stay away from an Air National Guard colonel and base.
Conversations with Sr. Camille: "I've learned that although times change, the pope has changed with the times as well."
Irish clerical abuse survivor Marie Collins, a member of the Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors, spoke to NCR and called Vatican bureaucracy "very difficult."
GSR Preview: Some Catholic school administrators have reshaped their school cultures around Latino students, embracing language differences, and welcoming new staff members and volunteers who are Latino and speak Spanish.
Four states have legalized the practice of death assisted suicide or aid in dying through legislation. But opponents are determined to continue to battle aid-in-dying laws.