NCR Today: Adversity can bring out the best in us, even as it challenges our priorities and character; Jrue and Lauren Holiday have an inspiring response.
Reconciliation in Chicago: What happens when those who are supposed to care for us -- mother, grandmother, family -- abandon us?
Preview: We Americans have been criticized for being an overweight country. But it all starts in our heads, really.
Young Voices: I wanted to make the pope's call to environmental stewardship engaging for my high school students -- so we investigated our own trash.
Taking Back the Night is prayer group started by the Detroit archdiocese's Office of Black Catholic Ministries. Its objective: asking God for peace on the streets.
Just Catholic: The problem with banning burkinis is less about terrorism and more about women's free determinations.
Phyllis Schlafly, 92, died Sept. 5 at her home in Ladue, Mo. She immersed herself for most of her adult life in a host of conservative causes.
Nicholas Chamberlain, the bishop of Grantham, has come out as the first Church of England bishop to openly acknowledge he is gay.
From Global Sisters Report: Pope Francis proclaimed the sainthood of Mother Teresa of Kolkata, hailing her courage and love for people who live in poverty.
Preview: Sr. Ann McKean initiated a foundation to aid women who want to become doctors in the eastern region of Nicaragua.