My Table Is Spread: It is surprising that the Obama administration insists that the Little Sisters of the Poor follow the government mandate to provide contraceptives and related counseling to their employees.
I was not surprised when the Philadelphia archdiocese ejected New Ways Ministry and its September workshop on transgender Catholics from St. John the Evangelist Parish.
NCR Today: Fourteen families from our Equally Blessed coalition have much to bring to the table of the World Meeting of Families in Philadelphia.
Many theology and science teachers at three Catholic high schools in the Diocese of Nashville will be incorporating "Laudato Si'" into their curriculum this school year.
"This saying is hard! Who can accept it?" That's the first-century public reaction to what Jesus was teaching in the Bread of Life discourse, but many women may well say the same of some of the ideas in the Letter to the Ephesians.
A 36-foot-long motor home outfitted as a Post-Detention Welcome Center, parked just steps from a detention center's release gate, has changed released detainees' situations for the better.
New York -- Alexandra Dyer, a member of Roman Catholic Womenpriests, was attacked in Queens, NY, Aug. 20, by a man who sprayed her face with a Drano-like substance. She is hospitalized in stable condition.
Grace on the Margins: This week's news about the presence (or not) of LGBT voices at next month's World Meeting of Families in Philadelphia was disheartening, if unsurprising.
Young Voices: Here are just a few of the thoughts I had in the wake of a 58-mile hike in the Pacific Northwest.
New Ways Ministry is protesting the Philadelphia Archdiocese's decision not to let a parish host a gender identity workshop that would have coincided with Pope Francis' visit.