Distinctly Catholic: If you're looking for something to focus your prayer this Holy Week, pick up this little book by Fr. Robert Imbelli.
Simply Spirit: A recent trip to archeological sites of women leaders in the early church in Rome was both hopeful and energizing.
Pope Francis, accepting the recommendations of his international Council of Cardinals and other advisory groups, has decided the Vatican bank will continue to exist and has approved a plan to increase its transparency and accountability.
The Vatican press office issued a statement Monday saying the pope "has approved a proposal on the future" of the Institute for the Works of Religion, the formal title of the bank. The Vatican, however, did not release details of the proposal.
Several presenters at a theological conference found a shift in emphasis between Pope Francis and his two immediate predecessors.
Young Voices: 20-year-old me would never have gotten so excited about a meeting between the president and the pope. But things are different now.
Just Catholic: The crowded and often nasty Catholic blogosphere predicts schism in the church. Is there a center? Can it hold?
Faith and Justice: As with any important international meeting, the media will focus on conflict, and liberals and conservatives will spin the results to support their causes.
Only five weeks until the canonizations of Blesseds John XXIII and John Paul II! Hotels are filling up and the Vatican is prepping St. Peter's Square.
Nearly 3,000 men from throughout the Newark archdiocese and other parts of New Jersey filled Seton Hall University's recreation complex Saturday for a robust spiritual workout.
Cardinal Timothy Dolan of New York launched the sixth annual Newark archdiocesan Catholic Men's Conference with a keynote address before the men spent the day hearing other talks, praying, sharing in small groups, celebrating the sacrament of penance, and rallying around a festive eucharistic procession.
At the one-year mark of Pope Francis' election, the answer depends on whether you are an old-timer or a relative newcomer.