Eco Catholic: "What is happening in the world we live in?" Francis asks in the video, the new medium for monthly prayer intentions.
Preview: Bioethics is a base upon which we can build positive attitudes with in the faith, within ourselves and those to whom we witness.
My Table Is Spread: It turns out, you'll continue to receive email long after you've passed away.
Book Review: A collection of 45 travel articles, academic talks and book introductions offer insight into author Sandra Cisneros' life, with a thread of spiritual otherness pulling the pieces together.
Listening to today's first reading is to know that a prophet's call is almost always the last element inserted into our biblical collection of the prophet's oracles. Only after a lifetime of delivering God's word does the prophet (or the prophet's disciples) receive some insight into what he or she was actually called to do.
Philippine Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle said the Eucharist is supposed to create a welcoming cultures at a session of the 51st International Eucharistic Congress in Cebu, Philippines.
NCR Today: The author reflects on the unbearable loss of her twin sons, and how a "National Geographic" special led to an awareness of her body, mind and soul.
Tens of thousands of people rallied in San Francisco's Civic Center Plaza Jan. 23 and then walked down Market Street for the 12th annual Walk for Life West Coast.
Soul Seeing: A performer, "inhabiting" Frank Sinatra, captures attentions and lifts spirits at the River House Adult Day Care Center's recent Christmas party.