The Peace Pulpit: We must learn how to reach out in love and not reject people, push them away. We must try to live the way of love that Jesus demonstrates for us.
United Nations: The Federation of American Scientists' tallies show there are about 15,350 nuclear weapons in the world. The U.S. and Russia each have about 4,500 nuclear weapons stockpiled.
Making a Difference: Christians should oppose most of President-elect Trump's political agenda — which runs counter to God's command to care for the poor, build peace and protect the earth.
Eco Catholic: "We recognize that the religious freedom of Indigenous Peoples involves the safeguarding of the traditional lands," the letter read.
Young Voices: Notre Dame University took a decisive stand on protecting students who are undocumented immigrants, and Philadelphia's faith communities have developed a model sanctuary program.
The Peace Pulpit: Yes, there will be a time of judgment. But there will also be that time if we do the work of Jesus, when the fullness of life will begin to happen for every person on this planet.
USCCB meeting: The bishops were encouraged to "increase our communion with our brothers and sisters" throughout the Middle East.
National Bishops Conference elects first Hispanic vice president
Hate crimes: The jump in anti-Muslim incidents continues to rise and even accelerated after the Nov. 8 election.
Statement on racism: "We have failed our black and brown brothers and sisters."