Archbishop Kurtz: "We bishops and all who serve the Lord need also to open our hearts to the joy that others will give to us. Joy and love are not only to be given but also to be received."
As a church that seeks to reach out to vulnerable and marginalized people, we must consider the environment we want to create for those struggling with gender identity.
Call to Action: Rohr is convinced that the "manifestation of our present evils" is a symptom of "our profound and painful sense of disconnection."
Preview: Donnelly is a kind of clinical practicum on how very difficult it is to raise the resources needed to usher the poor to a place in the American mainstream.
NCR Today: In the wake of the Trump election, I keep thinking about ways to take action. Here's what I've got so far.
Military chaplain: "I am humbled by the opportunity to serve those who serve."
Will Newsome was 8 years old when he decided he wanted to go to college. He was already witnessing the negative choices older kids were making in his impoverished neighborhood and he wanted a way out.
Multi-lingual, mild-mannered and surprised to be named head of one of the largest U.S. sees, Tobin wants to work against polarization the Catholic community.
Conversations with Sr. Camille: Geraldine Cassone, influenced early in life by giving and receiving acts of kindness, believes that living a life of human service is essential.
Call to Action: There are four blocks of workshops, many of which focus on topics such as sexual ethics, rethinking complementarity, and the transgender experience.