"Peace and justice were central to her life," said Teresa Grady's daughter Ellen Grady DeMott.
Take and Read: The message of Elie Wiesel's book has never ceased to challenge me, touching my heart and searing my conscience.
Pope Francis' longtime advisor Fr. Carlos Maria Galli spoke about the Latin American intellectual roots of Francis' pontificate April 4 at Boston College.
Ten students formed the first cohort of the certified nursing assistant program at the all-girls Cristo Rey school. The program is an addendum offered to a select group of students.
Featuring classroom training, visits to local hotels, and internship experiences, refugees in New York state are learning the hospitality trade through Niagara University’s College of Hospitality and Tourism Management.
NCR Today: Body cameras are a useful tool, but they won't solve the problems of police bias and citizen mistrust.
Grace on the Margins: The pope's meeting with Bishop Fellay shows us who among "dissenting" Catholics is worthy to encounter Francis, and who is not.
CHARITY DETOX: WHAT CHARITY WOULD LOOK LIKE IF WE CARED ABOUT RESULTS
By Robert D. Lupton
Published by HarperOne, 208 pages, $24.99
Analysis: Catholic institutions battling the National Labor Relations Board's jurisdiction is not a valid exercise of religious liberty.
GSR Preview: The results of the recent U.S. presidential primaries are a wake-up call: Our political system no longer works.