A profile of the priests named in the recent release of sex abusers by New Jersey dioceses.
From Chicago to Parkland, Florida, Catholics work to oppose gun violence.
A sheriff's deputy in Rock Island, Illinois, distributes "Catholic Care Packs" to the homeless exiting court hearings.
How a California county became a dumping ground for predator priests.
Parishes respond to domestic violence.
A pastor is removed over a dispute about his traditional views on liturgy.
Parishes get a boost from rural ministry grants.
Catholics are more likely than other faith groups to offer service to the wider community, an Arkansas study says.
A peace and justice committee out of Christ Our Light Parish in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, argues in favor of drivers' licenses for undocumented immigrants.
[Peter Feuerherd is a correspondent for NCR's Field Hospital series on parish life and is a professor of journalism at St. John's University, New York.]