Catholic peace movement calls on US, North Korea to stop 'inflammatory rhetoric'

Chapel ministers to souls who visit, live amid Grand Canyon splendor

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My Christian manifesto for surviving dark times

Nigerian cardinal says pressure to change Communion rules is unfortunate

Politics

Thousands of faith leaders ask Congress to protect Johnson Amendment

Tillerson: Protecting targets of ISIS' 'genocide' a religious freedom priority

Opinion

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Morning Briefing

Column

Game after joyous game, baseball lifts the spirits

Vatican

Pope's quotes: Jesus responds

Sudanese bishop: papal visit to South Sudan possible in 2018

Parish

Parish roundup: Remembering internment; Mariachi ministry

Healing conflicts amid closures and consolidations, a case study

Justice

My Christian manifesto for surviving dark times

US men's religious orders commit to working for papal encyclical on nonviolence

Accountability

Mexico City Archdiocese clarifies number of abuse cases reported

Petition seeks to place ex-priest in secured treatment facility

Books

Staying power: a poet’s place in God’s agenda

Sweeping claims flood Chaput's 'Strange Land'

World

Sudanese bishop: papal visit to South Sudan possible in 2018

Oceania bishops discuss oceans, but also visit homeless, high school

Global Sisters Report

Chicago sisters work to bring peace to streets torn by violence

LCWR looks to the future with openness, communion and contemplation

People

Biggest challenge for the Chinese church is fostering vocations

Michael Crosby, reformer in boardrooms and basilicas, dies at 77

Spirituality

My Christian manifesto for surviving dark times

Walk like the master

Theology

Consistency, change run through Presbyterian history

Keep conversation going on Land O'Lakes, Catholic higher ed

Media

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Game after joyous game, baseball lifts the spirits

'Detroit' drives home historical injustice of police killing blacks