'You've got to call out evil,' says pastor of church with Nativity scene separated in cages

The Rev. Martha Morales said the church's intention was not to be controversial or political. Instead, she said, the church is trying to be faithful to its calling to do God's work.

Boston College students and faculty push to reject Koch funding – and Koch values

As Boston College finalizes the details of a potential Koch Foundation donation to its political science department, some students and faculty at the Jesuit-run institution are hoping to pressure university administrators into reconsidering the grant.

Boston's Archdiocese expands effort to digitize archives

Three years ago, the Boston Archdiocese became the country's first to undertake a major effort to make its archive accessible online; now a major expansion is starting in collaboration with American Ancestors.

Visual timeline project traces 'underlying Islamophobia' in war on terror

On the 18-year anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks that set off the ongoing global war on terror, a new visual timeline seeks to document the U.S. policies and programs that Muslim and civil rights activists say have resulted in major encroachments on human rights.