NCR Today: Dozens of Holy Trinity Catholic Church parishioners had volunteered to help resettle a Syrian refugee family, but President Trump's executive order canceled the family's travel.
Faith and Family: Two parishes discovered, by studying Amoris Laetitia, that Pope Francis is a pastorally minded and confirmed in church doctrine.
The San Francisco archdiocese owes nearly $3 million in past-due health care costs according to a notification issued by the City of San Francisco.
The Field Hospital: In parishes across the country, some young pastors are incorporating elements that have their roots in practices preceding 1965.
The Field Hospital: Archbishop Cordileone led prayers for a man beaten to death Jan. 5; teachers help save student; mother of four advocates for the terminally ill
Oakland Bishop Michael Barber said the closures are needed to stop financial "hemorrhaging." Five schools will close in June, affecting about 640 students and 90 employees.
An association of U.S. priests is in the final stages of issuing an urgent "plea" to the U.S. bishops to "formulate a plan now" for the crisis of parish closings.
The Field Hospital: Upheaval at St. John the Evangelist in Waynesville is symptomatic of tensions in the Charlotte diocese between laity and clergy, and between older and younger priests.
The Field Hospital: Don't tax parishes, says Cincinnati priest; the latest mergers, closings and consolidations; a synod for Springfield, Ill.
Preview: "If I could, I'd live here," Deacon Denny Duffell said with a faint smile as he waited in Seattle Children's Hospital for an elevator.