Distinctly Catholic: Yesterday, the people of God in Chicago received a challenge from Cardinal Blase Cupich to reset the balance and remember the mission of the church.
Special feature: The Chicago archbishop has "got a lot of work to do" to revitalize this sprawling bastion of U.S. Catholicism.
Eco Catholic: As part of its five-day interfaith assembly, the Parliament of the World’s Religions held sessions on religious dialogue and produced six declarations, addressing climate change and other issues.
Eugene Cullen Kennedy was comfortable both inside powerful church circles and on the outside. He died Wednesday.
Just Catholic: The United States of America is going to kill Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the "Boston bomber." What does this say about us?
Nuclear weapons' destructiveness seems to cloud adequate moral responses. From the vantage of the faith-based, these weapons have raised monumental moral issues.
Cardinal Francis E. George, the first native Chicagoan to head the archdiocese, died Friday at his residence after nearly 10 years battling cancer.
Column: I have learned the hard way not to put my faith in church leaders. They are not the most important people in the church to me.
Conversations with Sr. Camille: Sr. Doris Gottemoeller has served universities, health systems, seminaries, and high schools in 61 years of religious life.
Opinion: Now that we know Bishop Blase Cupich of Spokane, Wash., is heading to Chicago, here's some advice for him.