Pax Christi: Members of the Pax Christi Metro DC group gathered in Silver Springs, Md. to honor two local peacemakers, Franciscan Sr. Marie Lucey and Franciscan Fr. Jacek Orzechowski. Author Frida Berrigan spoke at the event about the president-elect and what his administration could mean for an anti-war organization working against racism and harsh treatment of immigrants.
Silver Spring, Md.
2016 Olympics: For Thea LaFond, representing the Caribbean island Dominica, her route to Rio -- and track and field -- was anything but direct.
Election 2016: More than 5,600 women religious have signed the letter to be sent to the candidates of the Democratic, Republican, Green and Libertarian parties.
Seventh-day Adventists opted for a middle-way approach on the divisive issue of women's ordination on Tuesday, kicking the question to next year's worldwide meeting without taking a firm stance either for or against women's ordination.
Next year's debate will come nearly 100 years after the death of Adventist matriarch Ellen White and could settle decades of disagreement over whether women should be allowed to be ordained in the 18 million-member church she co-founded.
When St. Francis International School opened its doors for the first day of classes, it seemed the world arrived on its doorstep.
Msgr. Edward Arsenault, president and CEO of St. Luke Institute in Silver Spring, has resigned in the wake of an investigation into an alleged inappropriate adult relationship and the uncovering of possible illegal financial dealings in the diocese of Manchester, N.H.
The resignation of Arsenault, a priest of the Manchester diocese, was effective May 3. It was announced in statements issued by the institute and the diocese.
The investigation does not involve St. Luke Institute, a treatment facility for Catholic clergy and religious, the institute said in its statement.