Eight nuclear protestors in Kansas City were handed out an unusual sentence by Judge Ardie Bland for their crime of trespassing.
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The appointment of Caitlin Hendel came after a nationwide search and was made Nov. 16 during the NCR board's fall meeting. Thomas C. Fox will remain publisher of the company.
Longtime church historian Jesuit Fr. John O'Malley said he sees potential for church reform, even if it's just from the new tone and message coming from Rome.
Catholic health care systems must adapt to the new health care law while maintaining mission to serve poor and vulnerable, Sr. Carol Keehan told a Kansas City, Mo., audience.
The brainchild of two Catholic Knights of Malta has led to hundreds of thousands of volunteer hours and the renovation of 8,000 low-income homes.
Zion Evrony, Israel's ambassador to the Vatican, lectured Tuesday night at Rockhurst University. He spoke with great hope about the future of Catholic-Jewish relations, particularly in light of Pope Francis' papacy.
The film "Rise and Dream" focuses on the struggle for harmony in the city of Zamboanga, where Muslims and Christians live side by side.
A former Kansas City pastor was sentenced Thursday to 50 years in federal prison on child pornography charges.
The Wednesday hearings quickly turned colorful when two activists refused to pay their fines and demanded jail time.
Tōrō nagashi is the Japanese ceremony in which participants float paper lanterns. This is done based on the belief that this guides the spirits of the departed back to the other world. The ceremony is also done by many peace communities to commemorate those lost in the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki on Aug. 6 and 9, 1945.