At the Intersection: While being single makes a woman a part of "the most potent political force in America" today, unmarried status gives her nothing in Christianity.
To protest the anti-Muslim rhetoric of this presidential campaign, high school counselor Martha DeVries decided to wear a hijab in public every Monday to display acceptance of Muslims and refugees.
Faith and Justice: The meeting between Pope Francis and Patriarch Kirill was supposed to be an ecumenical milestone, but it caused anxiety among some observers.
St. Patrick's Day is now a big celebration on multiple continents, but how did it get going? Patrick, who died in 461 A.D., didn't launch the festivities himself.
Simply Spirit: Look at the polls: Either we enjoy venting our negativity to anonymous pollsters, or we don't know how to count our blessings.
GSR Preview: The Immaculate Conception Monastery is home to about 150 Sisters of St. Benedict. It's also home to four sisters, as in siblings.
The Mexico-based shelter La 72 houses young men, single mothers and families, and sees nearly 400 to 1,000 migrants a month.
WAGING PEACE: GLOBAL ADVENTURES OF A LIFELONG ACTIVIST
By David Hartsough with Joyce Hollyday
Published by PM Press, 272 pages, $20
David Hartsough has given us a remarkable story of his life as a persistent and insightful peacemaker of our times. His wanderlust and astute eye for critical events around the world brought him to many of the right places at the right times.
The French Prime Minister called on Cardinal Philippe Barbarin to "assume his responsibilities" amid pedophilia cover-up allegations.
Preview: The national trend in Catholic school enrollment is declining, but schools in some states have countered the trend, including in Florida and Nebraska.