NCR Today: I'm listening to a news account of how difficult it is for Germans to accept the refugees Angela Merkel has invited into the country.
Distinctly Catholic: I agree with Tom Reese that the latest Pew study on Americans and religion should have asked about music.
Eco Catholic: The DeRouens run a hospitality house for inmates and their families; after the flood, they lost their own.
Making A Difference: One of the high points of my life was a short, yet deeply enriching encounter with Blessed Teresa of Kolkata.
Conversations with Sr. Camille: The youngest of eight children, Diane DeBernardo was at World Youth Day in Poland this year. Her travels often intersect with her faith.
Reconciliation in Chicago: Being in a ministry that seeks reconciliation, I have wrestled often with the question of forgiveness.
Preview: A Marist brother's adventurous spirit has led him to a long career in education in Malawi.
Preview: Br. Wayne Fitzpatrick serves managing director of senior care and transition services for the Maryknoll community.
Essay: In 1975, Mother Teresa, the beloved Catholic nun from the streets of Calcutta, had lunch with me, a Jewish kid from Brooklyn, N.Y.
Preview: Police are investigating the case as a robbery at the nuns' home in central Mississippi, that escalated into murder.