The Field Hospital: Scores lined up to take photos with a Pope Francis cutout at a parish table during the Rotary outdoor festival in Downers Grove, Ill.
The Field Hospital: Tampa parish's founder dies; Sept. 9 is Day of Prayer for Peace in Our Communities; San Diego diocese goes solar
As the body count rises in the Philippines' war on drugs, a Catholic priest is trying to create a space where healing takes precedence over killing.
Officials of the Baton Rouge diocese’s Hispanic Apostolate expressed concern about encounters with the Mayor's Office of Homeland Security via email and a personal visit in the days following August's historic flooding.
Julia Scarnato, who recently joined the apostolate staff, and Fr. Eliecer Montanez-Grimaldos, chaplain, questioned if the government agency may have been using the office as an unwilling conduit to track down and arrest immigrants living in the country illegally.
A Roman Observer – A talk by Pope Francis and news of seminarians moving into new digs raises questions about priestly formation.
The Peace Pulpit: "Rather, draw them in, become the one human family, living in peace and goodness and love that Jesus calls us to be."
The Field Hospital: Catholic communities confront racism; British Columbia parishioners welcome two refugee families; Portland pastoral administrator blames lack of funding for homelessness crisis
My Table Is Spread: There is another group of Holy Cross fathers who work far from the shadow of the $400 million additions to the Notre Dame football stadium.
Eco Catholic: More than 9,000 households and renters have applied for federal assistance to rebuild following the state's third-deadliest flood.
Eco Catholic: While the floodwaters have receded, its impact upon the lives of Louisian residents will linger for some time.