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.
Faith and Justice: "If you build it, they will come" was the belief of church leaders in the past. A new study indicates that's becoming less true today.
Eco Catholic: At least 13 people died in the floods, with estimates of at least 60,000 homes damaged and recovery costs of $30 million.
The Peace Pulpit: "Change our lives, yes, but not to earn a place in heaven. That's a gift and it will always be available to us."
The Field Hospital: Scholars, pastors and lay workers from Italy attended a June seminar sponsored by Villanova University's Center for Church Management and Business Ethics.
Simply Spirit: As the church seeks creative ways to serve local communities, ministerial equality should be high on the agenda, right alongside access to the Eucharist.
The Field Hospital: Connecticut has 10 percent decline in those who identify as Catholic; Man arrested for allegedly threatening Knoxville bishop, parishes; Ind. parish celebrates 175 years