Column: Need relief from yakking about the Putin-Obama standoff, the latest U.S. mass murder or mansion-living bishops? Take a break and think golf.
Column: The event may have marked a turning point for the U.S. church, a return to a nonpartisanship combined with public advocacy.
Column: Owing to faction politics, we have in Congress a Progressive Caucus, Black Caucus, Human Rights Caucus and, hatched recently, the Chicken Caucus.
Column: Directors of religious education have gotten creative with scheduling, not only to satisfy parents but also for volunteers' and priests' availability.
Column: While the 2016 presidential Democratic nomination risks turning into Hillary Clinton's coronation, the contest for the Republican nomination better resembles civil war.
Column: If the church wants to encourage adoption as a choice for women who cannot parent their biological children, we need to pay attention to our language on adoption.
Column: Did anyone not cherish Pete Seeger? For his ardency. His optimal resilience. His picking on a banjo, strumming a guitar and singing folk songs in thousands of concerts.
A compelling blend of interviews, footage of talks at gatherings and interaction with people on retreat intertwine to show the life of Fr. Thomas Keating.
Column: It doesn't matter that 2014 has barely begun: Let's talk the 2016 presidential race, starting with the potential Democratic candidates.
Feb. 25 will mark the 10th anniversary of the release of Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ." How does it hold up today?