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Perhaps you had to be in seminary to appreciate this old but splendid essay in The Telegraph by A N Wilson upon the 2003 occasion... [Read More]
Global Sisters Report: On the final day of the LCWR assembly, sisters explored diversity within the image of God, marched against racism, and honored the... [Read More]
An Australian judge approved home detention for Archbishop Philip Wilson, the retired archbishop of Adelaide who was found guilty of failing to report child sexual... [Read More]
Want to add a splash of color or a hint of ethnic spice to brighten a room? Looking for that perfect decorating accessory? Put an... [Read More]
Plastered on posters, the reasons why young Catholics have foregone their faith surrounded the conference room here inside a hotel in the St. Louis suburbs.... [Read More]
Editor's note: Welcome to NCR's Justice Action Bulletin, where every Tuesday we bring you the latest news on active nonviolence in the service of peace... [Read More]
In a June 2015 letter to Boston's Cardinal Sean O'Malley obtained by Catholic News Service, a New York priest tells the prelate about "sexual abuse/harassment/intimidation"... [Read More]
The Roman Catholic Church offers no warm-hearted welcome to seekers of radical reform — radical, from the Latin, radix, meaning roots, or first things. ... [Read More]
Members of the Catholic Church sin and give scandal, it's true, Pope Francis said, but it is up to each Catholic to live the faith... [Read More]
Two Tennessee Catholic bishops called the execution of Billy Ray Irick Aug. 9 "unnecessary." "Tonight's execution of Billy Ray Irick was unnecessary. It served no... [Read More]
A group of young Catholics has urged the U.S. bishops to "take clear action" by conducting an independent investigation of who knew what and when... [Read More]
"When the Pope thinks, it is God who is thinking in him." —Louis Veuillot "I should like a new Papal Bull every morning with... [Read More]
The Faith and the Faithful Series at Georgetown University — part of a larger series that drew about 3,000 people to more than a dozen... [Read More]
The anger occasioned by the scandal surrounding former Cardinal Theodore McCarrick is understandable, even if it is also frequently misplaced. As I noted Friday, accusations... [Read More]
Is the Catholic Worker movement a "racist institution"? Members of the movement have been grappling with that question with particular intensity since participants in... [Read More]
As students at Loyola High School of Los Angeles joined thousands of others in protest on April 20 for the National School Walkout, they were... [Read More]
Search your prayer books, meditate on all 20 mysteries of the rosary and comb through novenas and chaplets. Nowhere will you find the suggestion that... [Read More]
Welcome to our online letters to the editor column. It's online but based on the old-fashioned letters to the editor format: Send me your thoughts... [Read More]
Richard Sipe, a psychotherapist and former Benedictine priest who warned about the sex abuse crisis enveloping the Catholic Church, died Aug. 8 in La Jolla,... [Read More]
Women religious leaders reflected on themes of Trinitarian theology, physics as a lesson on wholeness and fragmentation, and how racism harms all of society as... [Read More]