Rio Olympics: Medals or no medals, the team of 10 has been one of the biggest stories in Brazil.
THE GOOD DEATH: AN EXPLORATION OF DYING IN AMERICA
By Ann Neumann
Published by Beacon Press, 248 pages, $26.95
Rio Olympics: Pro basketball player Kevin Lisch works hard at his game, but God has always been at the center.
Column: I chose not to watch the videos of the deaths of James Foley, Alton Sterling or others.
Eco Catholic: Friends and fellow environmentalists remember the lifelong advocate for renewable energy as "a force of nature."
Rio Olympics: It was at Regis Jesuit High School, in Aurora, Colo., that Franklin began realizing the importance of God in her life.
Bishop Edward Daly of Derry, known for his tireless advocacy for peace and reconciliation during decades of sectarian tension in Northern Ireland, died in a hospital in Londonderry, Northern Ireland, Aug. 8.
Daly, who retired in 1993 due to ill health after suffering a stroke, was 82. He had suffered from cancer.
Rio Olympics: The Muslim American fencer made history Monday morning when he competed in -- and won -- her first match.
Rio Olympics: A favorite for multiple gold medals, the Catholic teen from Texas tries to rest on Sundays by going to church.
Before leading Team USA in Rio, Elena Delle Donne dominated the court at Ursuline Academy in Wilmington, Del.