Aura Lolita Chávez Ixcaquic was one of three finalists for the European Parliament's Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought in 2017, the year she fled Guatemala. On April 20, she will receive the annual Romero Human Rights Award from the University of Dayt

Environmental justice award winner: 'We have the right to live in a territory that for us is sacred'

'The White Tiger' is a thrilling tale of classism and privilege

Supreme Court halts California virus rules limiting home worship

Editorial

Editorial: Catholics cannot support voter suppression, even under the guise of being pro-life

Coronavirus

Supreme Court halts California virus rules limiting home worship

What Jesus' resurrection teaches us about how to live after the pandemic

Opinion

Manchin's mistaken prophetic stance on the filibuster

Second Sunday of Easter: Imperfect disciples

Accountability

Former campus minister at Franciscan University indicted on rape charges

University to change some procedures after report on composer David Haas

Politics

Biden announces commission to study potential changes to Supreme Court

Manchin's mistaken prophetic stance on the filibuster

Vatican

Cardinal unveils major Vatican conference on priesthood slated for 2022

Cardinal Cassidy, Vatican's former top ecumenist, dies at 96

Parish

Blog

Will Catholics come back post-pandemic?

Pope appoints bishop for Duluth, accepts resignation of New York auxiliary

World

London cardinal leads Catholics in mourning death of Prince Philip

Belfast bishop urges politicians to avoid inciting more violence

Justice

LGBTQ Catholics closely watching Supreme Court case on adoption

Final Kings Bay Plowshares activist sentenced to 21 months in prison

EarthBeat

Environmental justice award winner: 'We have the right to live in a territory that for us is sacred'

Ganadora de premio de justicia ambiental: 'Tenemos el derecho de vivir en un territorio que para nosotras es sagrado'

Books

Stephanie Phillips documents the evolution of Solange Knowles

What Octavia Butler's 'Parable of the Sower' can teach Catholics

People

Cardinal Cassidy, Vatican's former top ecumenist, dies at 96

LGBTQ Catholics closely watching Supreme Court case on adoption

Spirituality

Pope calls all Catholics to be missionaries of God's mercy

Born again

Theology

Cardinal unveils major Vatican conference on priesthood slated for 2022

Theology can learn a lot from 'Schitt's Creek'

Media

A Place to Call Home series among awards for writing for GSR, NCR

Theology can learn a lot from 'Schitt's Creek'

A Place to Call Home series among awards for writing for GSR, NCR

When Catholic nuns took on the Klan in court and won