Reader's Retrospective: June Verbillion first discovered NCR "in the back of the church" at St. Catherine of Siena in Oak Park, Ill.
Reader's Retrospective: Tom Jordan has directed fundraising efforts for countless institutions, but it's the personal relationships he's made, rather than the money he's helped to raise, that he appreciates most.
Reader's Retrospective: College roommates Joan Nugent and Margaret Fogarty graduated together but chose different paths: Margaret entered the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet while Joan married and had children.
U.S. CATHOLIC INSTITUTIONS AND IMMIGRANT INTEGRATION: WILL THE CHURCH RISE TO THE CHALLENGE?
By Donald Kerwin, with Breana George
Published by Lateran University Press, $16.95
A "seismic shift in demographics" in both society and the U.S. Catholic Church in the coming decades will create a church that is far less white, Fr. Bryan Massingale told a New Orleans audience Friday.
The church will be unprepared to deal with that reality, he continued, unless it addresses "the ongoing struggle for racial equality."
Massingale made the comments in an address to priests, seminarians and other officials of the New Orleans Archdiocese.
Reader's Retrospective: After leaving the priesthood to marry, Michael Leach entered "the vineyard of religious publishing," where he has "been able to explore interesting ideas about life with creative people."
Column: A recent event brought together Catholic educators with Catholic archivists to explore ways that archival material, especially digitized material, can be used in classrooms.
Conversations with Sr. Camille: Kathy Schiro, director of Mercy Associates for the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas, Mid-Atlantic Community, explains how laypersons can be part of religious life.
Reader's Retrospective: All early NCR subscriber Fr. Stephen J. Umhoefer ever wanted to be is a parish priest.
Column: While my Netflix account is getting a workout, so are my spiritual muscles, since a number of my favorite British shows feature religious themes.