NCR Today: When my youngest son was 3, he said some things to me that forever shaped the way I look at and appreciate the "short people" in my life.
Jesus did not stop talking about mercy even though he was nearly thrown from a cliff after his first public talk in a Nazareth synagogue, and the rest of his life can serve as an example for people of faith to follow, Boston Cardinal Sean O'Malley told an energized World Youth Day audience.
Emphasizing the World Youth Day theme focused on mercy and the Year of Mercy declared by Pope Francis, O'Malley called on the young people in Tauron Arena Wednesday to bring God's mercy to life as Jesus did.
Just Catholic: The world is imploding in its anger. If we cannot stop the anger at its sources, at least we can stop feeding it in ourselves.
Tim LaHaye, the evangelical leader known for his conservative politics and the best-selling "Left Behind" series, has died at age 90.
Reconciliation in Chicago: A summer program takes Chicago youth to St. Joseph's College, where they try out sculpture and experience the outdoors.
Preview: The call of God is mysterious. Sometimes God's invitation is extended through people or events in our life. Sometimes it is through the heartfelt search for Pikachu.
Preview: Pulling into the parking lot, I stopped for a moment in the car, thinking, the flags are at half-staff again. For a moment, I couldn't remember why.
NCR Today: Jamie Dimon wrote in a New York Times op-ed that the bank is raising its minimum wage to between $12 and $16.50 an hour.
Karen Oliveto was consecrated as the United Methodist Church’s first openly LGBT bishop on July 16. But not all United Methodists support the new bishop.
Greg Erlandson, former president and publisher of Our Sunday Visitor, has been named director and editor-in-chief of Catholic News Service, effective Sept. 12.