Bishop Cantu calls for diplomacy to ease U.S.-North Korea differences

Writing Aug. 10, Bishop Oscar Cantu of Las Cruces, New Mexico, chairman of the bishops' Committee on International Justice and Peace, echoed a recent call from the Korean bishops' conference to support talks to secure the peaceful future of the Korean Peninsula.

Upcoming eclipse a sign of end times? Hardly so, Wisconsin priest says

Eco Catholic: The total solar eclipse is the first to be seen from coast to coast since 1918. The 70-mile-wide eclipse path spans the continental U.S. from Oregon to South Carolina.

Ohio artist restores religious statues, stirs memories of closed parishes

The Museum of Divine Statues is a thoughtfully designed exhibition space with more than 200 artifacts that include reliquaries, crucifixes, a monstrance from Germany and stained-glass windows.

Convocation delegates sent home to imitate Jesus in reaching the margins

Convocation of Catholic Leaders: "We leave here nourished and refreshed and we go and do what we have to do," Cardinal Daniel N. DiNardo of Galveston-Houston said during the Convocation's closing mass.