Vatican prosecuting financial crimes for first time, watchdog agency president says

Vatican reform: The city-state began prosecuting people accused of financial crimes for the first time in 2016, René Bruelhart revealed to NCR in an interview.

Discovering the true self in God with Merton's guidance

Take and Read: What drew me to Thomas Merton (and still does) was his deep inner search for truth and light, his inner yearning for God.

Women's March draws large crowds in worldwide demonstrations for equality

Catholic women made sure their voices were heard among the millions who gathered at marches and rallies across the U.S. and around the world Jan. 21.


The ecology of burial: Choices reflect beliefs about life after death

Eco Catholic: In a craftsman's workshop on the edge of Rome's Campo Verano cemetery, two designers are working to revive what they see as a dying art: burial.

Campus forum asks, 'Is religion rational?'

Butte, Mont. -- In a sequel to one of the largest non-athletic events on its campus last year, Montana Tech will host the second annual Forum on Science and Religion on Feb. 16.


Who's showing whose true colors?

Just Catholic: Unlike other seagoing ships, pirates only showed their true colors when close enough to attack. Remind you of the cardinals against Amoris Laetitia?

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January 13-26, 2017