After living as "the other" abroad, Julie Drew decided to help members of her parish who are not originally from the United States.
May 10-23, 2013
After nearly two weeks of suspense, a tribunal has retaken control of the Guatemala trial of Gen. José Efraín Rios Montt.
First person: Christian Churches Together gathered last month to enact a new response to Martin Luther King Jr.'s "Letter from Birmingham Jail."
Soul Seeing: The brain is a terrible thing. One in four Americans, from babies to retired football players, suffers from a brain disorder each year. And that's just now.
Renewal of mind, body and spirit was the focus for close to 100 priests who attended the conference of the National Federation of Priests' Councils, held April 22-25.
Comprehensive immigration reform appears closer than ever after a bipartisan group of senators put forward a proposal that represents months of careful negotiation.
Calls have come for the resignation of Newark, N.J., Archbishop John J. Myers after a late-April investigative story revealed an archdiocesan priest had violated the terms of a court-ordered agreement to stay away from children.