The Field Hospital: Welcome Center in Philadelphia teaches newcomers English, guides them through the byzantine naturalization process, and forms 'a real community.'
Distinctly Catholic: John Gehring recently published a nicely done article at the American Prospect on the influence of libertarians on Catholic institutions and thought.
Simply Spirit: A new national conversation has been sparked about the unsavory behavior of some men, that women have, in the main, kept quiet about for far too long.
Deciding which inmates get parole and when is problematic, but more diverse boards and a point system could be steps toward fairness.
As the election approaches, Nebraska's Catholic leadership is focused on sharing the message of eliminating capital punishment with Catholic and all other voters.
Federal law enforcement officials have dropped an effort to create counseling teams to intervene with young people who show signs of drifting toward radical Islamic ideology and terrorism.
The Archdiocese of Manila officially launched a drug rehabilitation program Oct. 23, with a heavy emphasis on spiritual formation in the wake of the Philippine government's war on drugs.
Take and Read: The synod document 'Justice in the World' described the world I had experienced but couldn't name – and it admitted the church’s own need for conversion.
As contingent faculty piece together uncertain careers, some of their organizing efforts have met with success, while other schools resist on religious liberty grounds.
A small c catholic: I would add this question to Tom Roberts' article on peacemaking: What is an ordinary Protestant or other kind of Christian to do?