Rio Olympics: The Catholic swimmer left Brazil with four gold and one silver medal and two new world records.
The pastor of an Orthodox Christian church in Tulsa, Okla., said the funeral this week for a slain Lebanese-American member of his flock will avoid politics.
Young Voices: As you navigate the independence of college life, don't forget to explore and nourish your faith as well.
The following are excerpts from the Random House biography Bobby Kennedy: The Making of a Liberal Icon by former Boston Globe reporter Larry Tye.
A small c catholic: Young people's chances of making the world a more secure and loving place improve dramatically when they know what came before them.
Archbishop Jerome Listecki called the violence that broke out in Milwaukee as part of protests over the fatal police shooting of an African-American man "a self-inflicted wound."
NCR Today: Kristen Whitney Daniels, NCR's newest Bertelsen intern, seems to have taken Pope Francis' advice to the World Youth Day pilgrims.
Reconciliation in Chicago: The ministry of reconciliation calls us to create safe and welcoming places for those who sometimes aren't ready to be embraced.
2016 Olympics: For Thea LaFond, representing the Caribbean island Dominica, her route to Rio -- and track and field -- was anything but direct.
Augustinian Fr. Gabriel Daly criticized the absence of Irish bishops at the funeral mass of Marist Fr. Sean Fagan, who was censured by the Vatican in 2008.