The Field Hospital: Co-op network blend Catholic Worker principles, organic food movement; Crash kills five bicyclists, including two Mich. parishioners
The Washington National Cathedral will replace depictions of the Confederate flag in its stained-glass windows but maintain adjoining panes honoring Confederate generals fostering discussions about the church and race relations.
NCR Today: An interfaith panel at George Mason University discussed whether religion is a "problem" or a "solution" in individual lives, or in the world at large, these days.
The Field Hospital: RENEW International uses small groups to energize parishes in the United States, Canada and overseas.
The Peace Pulpit: "It's what Jesus came to do -- to transform our world into as close an image of the reign of God as possible."
Grace on the Margins: A Church for Our Daughters group says the Roman Catholic hierarchy's doctrine on gender and sexuality is leading to an exodus of young women from the church.
The Field Hospital: Christian women go to church less now; St. Frances X. Cabrini Church closes; it's a turning point in Quebec; trying to save a church Katharine Drexel founded.
A small c catholic: The recent General Conference shows what it might mean for how both Catholics and Protestants bring about change, specifically regarding LGBTQ matters.
In the past 25 years, Guardian Angels Church in Kansas City has seen four bishops come and go. But one person has remained constant — pastoral administrator Margaret Lima.
Preview: Three parish missions model inclusiveness with male and female voices.