Opinion: Pope Francis has taken ordination of women off the table, so perhaps it is time to put some shared gifts of the spirit on the table and include women.
Opinion: St. Peter Faber's idea of business was a positive one that helped people support themselves with dignity and lift up the poor.
The Nov. 22 meeting between President Barack Obama and Morocco's King Mohammed VI was a bitter disappointment for supporters of human rights.
Opinion: America needs a comprehensive national strategy to end hunger, a strategy based on the fundamental human right to food.
Opinion: While concerns about hardliners in Tehran undermine rapprochement between the U.S. and Iran, the bigger threat may be hardliners in Washington.
Opinion: Francis' pen-and-paper revolution is truly radical, and transforms hierarchy into personal relationships.
Opinion: This weekend's collection for the Archdiocese for the Military Services is one sign that the spirit of militarism has spread among our bishops.
Opinion: The Syrian regime's apparent use of chemical weapons against civilian areas constitutes a breach of the Geneva Protocol of 1925, which banned the use of chemical weapons.
Opinion: Pope Francis has pointed the way toward a better balance on political topics. Will the U.S. bishops follow his lead?
Viewpoint: Convened by Fr. Helmut Schüller, the group met in Austria to explore common problems found internationally in the church.