Divided we stand: "The political polarization is so extreme and comes from such deep, entrenched places. ... It's really up to we the people to do this work."
Postelection messages from Catholic leaders: Bishops across the country are encouraging parishioners to put aside their differences and work for the common good as President-elect Donald J. Trump prepared for his Jan. 20 inauguration.
Politicians who speak of family values would do well to understand all that term entails, says a letter from 44 lay and religious Catholic women.
Donald Trump has a message for U.S. Catholics: I'll be there for you as president. Trump offered those words in a letter dated Wednesday.
Sr. Simone Campbell and authors Rachel Held Evans and Mary Rice Hasson shared their respective experiences and visions of the church at the recent event.
Camosy's Column: Sr. Simone Campbell believes that, unlike her political opponents who don't care about protecting and supporting people after birth, she has "a consistent ethic of life."
GSR Preview: As we meet people along the way and offer them cold lemonade, we are prepared to "listen to stories that need to be told and heard."
Distinctly Catholic: As the Republican National Convention begins in Cleveland, here are some things to look for over the next four days.
Nuns on the Bus Blog from Global Sisters Report: People are searching for answers in a country of uncertainty. People want to be heard without being threatened or silenced.
Preview: When the Nuns on the Bus get rolling July 11, they'll head for the "gaps" in society, where the U.S. economy's powerless can be found.