Since the Orlando shooting on June 12, Catholic Charities of Central Florida has been working in the background to help victims, survivors and family members in whatever way possible.
Soul Seeing: Our ability to laugh and to cry cuts across all cultures and centuries.
Two sweethearts walked hand in hand on the riverwalk in downtown New Orleans. Both knew that their relationship was deepening and growing stronger day by day.
A year ago, the Mennonite Church USA was one of many Christian groups struggling with dissension over gays and lesbians in the church. It's not just struggling, but falling apart.
Simply Spirit: Every year around June, my thoughts turn to my dad, who died nine years ago on June 16 (Father's Day weekend) at age 87.
A program to inspire and equip young adult Catholic college students to engage in church leadership roles as they graduate has more than doubled the number of campuses it serves.
My father began searching for his lost family members more than 30 years ago, but like many who begin genealogy, he suddenly, and without mention, stopped.
Preview: Helping medical students incorporate conversation on faith with their calling to medicine is the aim of the Physician's Vocation Program of Loyola University Chicago.
Considering the level of respect with which widows are customarily treated in most contemporary cultures, it might be difficult for us to appreciate the difficult lot of widows in the ancient world. Ordinarily, in today's world, a widow is a woman whose husband has died; not having remarried, she is in possession of her husband's estate and inheritance. Even though she may continue to mourn her life partner, she is not legally defenseless, nor has she lost any degree of her social status.
Atheists, agnostics, humanists and other so-called religious nones are converging June 4 for the Reason Rally, which aims to be "the biggest gathering of nonreligious people in history."