My Table is Spread: My sister and I went to see women we love in assisted-living residences. We didn't expect the sense of what is right and wrong with their care.
Oct 25-Nov 7, 2013
Soul Seeing: We placed a Buddha outside our kitchen window so we can look out and focus on peace.
Publisher's column: Will a church groomed by compassion and mercy be the church of our future? Will our church be guided by the lives and needs of marginalized people?
German Catholics won't be praying from a new translation of the Roman Missal as planned. In fact, the conference postponed the introduction of the new Mass prayers indefinitely.
A report criticizing the nation's largest society of Catholic theologians for sometimes exclusing members with conservative views has caused the group to commit itself to greater inclusivity.
Jennifer Haselberger resigned her position of chancellor of canonical affairs for the archdiocese after discovering unreported allegations of clergy sex abuse.
A key mission of Catholics should be to reduce anger among people, says a retired Indian archbishop noted for his peacemaking efforts.
The president of the German bishops' conference said he is following the case of a bishop under fire for allegedly spending close to $40 million in renovations.
In 2011, Bob Hentzen walked 8,000 miles across South America to find sponsors for 8,000 impoverished children.
Grace on the Margins: After 23 years, Sr. Christine Schenk is stepping down as executive director of FutureChurch.