Young Voices: When it comes to family-friendly workplace policies, NETWORK is leading the way for U.S. Catholics.
Eco Catholic: "This is potentially an extraordinary moment for the church … Now do we take it or do we go back into our burrows?"
Mount Saint Charles Academy in Rhode Island says it is open to reversing a controversial policy that denies transgender students admission if it can get help providing accommodations.
Global Sisters Report Preview: Catholic women religious are on the front lines of immigration issues in the United States.
Voices of Faith: Women are leading society as heads of government and CEOs. Why is the church the last frontier?
KEEPING THE VOW: THE UNTOLD STORY OF MARRIED CATHOLIC PRIESTS
By D. Paul Sullins
Published by Oxford University Press, 336 pages, $29.95
More than 25,000 U.S. Catholic priests have resigned during the past 50 years. Most of them have married. This book is not about them.
If someone asked me the proudest moment of my life, without a doubt I’d say the moment I received an acceptance letter from the University of California, Davis.
If you are not keeping up on the arts and successes of hypnobirthing, it's time to check in with Lakshmi Landa. For the past 12 years, she has been a leading practitioner of counseling pregnant women and their partners as they go through the rituals of birthing, either the way nature designed, which can lead to enduring moments of joy, or the conventional medical establishment way, which can be fearful, hurtful and expensive -- obstetrical violence, in other words.
Nancy Reagan, who became first lady of the United States in January 1981 following husband Ronald Reagan's victory in the 1980 presidential election, died March 6 in Los Angeles.
An invitation for Planned Parenthood Federation of America President Cecile Richards to speak next month at Georgetown University is drawing criticism from some conservative Catholics.