From the Dorothy Day conference: Kate Hennessy learned the importance of listening to and following her own "still, small voice" — a task her "Granny" deemed sacred.
Religious Life Preview: Choosing to live a consecrated life is not about numbers, Sacred Heart Br. Ronald Hingle said. Small numbers have often changed the world, he added.
Campus Notebook: Amado Gabriel Esteban will be DePaul’s first lay president; St. Anselm's names its first chief diversity officer; Marylhurst University starts speaker series on social justice issues
St. Cyril of Alexandria defended the faith in the face of falsehood — even from those of high ecclesial rank, Burke says in a homily for Latin Mass in Kansas.
For a packed crowd in a packed Catholic high school gymnasium in Lenexa, Kan., on a Friday evening, Cardinal Raymond Burke's speech was filled with red meat, a reassuring message.
From the Dorothy Day conference: Day and Pope Francis are "kindred spirits," says the editor of Day's writing, noting similarities in her "revolution of the heart" and his "revolution of kindness."
San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone has appointed Jesuit Fr. George Schultze as the new president rector of St. Patrick Seminary & University.
Eco Catholic: Donald Trump's election has already had negative implications for many, but it is also a threat to our planet — to life on earth as we know it.
Young Voices: We are made to be connected to one another. When we forget that, we destroy a part of our selves.
Dorothy Day's granddaughter and the publisher of her letters and diaries are among the speakers scheduled for a symposium Feb. 16-17 about the Catholic Worker co-founder.