Pence speech at Notre Dame draws controversy

This year's May 21 commencement at the University of Notre Dame may again bring the school into the hot and sometimes blinding spotlight of national controversy over LGBT rights.

Fr. Bryan Massingale calls racism a 'spiritual cataract that limits our vision'

Fordham University's Fr. Bryan Massingale shared his post-election perspective on racism in America March 22; he referenced Rev. Martin Luther King's belief that racism was America's "soul sickness."

Notre Dame panel grapples with questions about women's place in the church

Sr. Simone Campbell and authors Rachel Held Evans and Mary Rice Hasson shared their respective experiences and visions of the church at the recent event.

St. Teresa of Avila's spirituality inspires women after 500 years

Women Today: All over the world, people are celebrating the 500th anniversary of St. Teresa of Avila's birth on March 28, 1515.