Column: With the recent passing of Jesse Mann at age 94 in Washington, D.C., higher education lost a world-class professor of philosophy.
Column: Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders has lost the primary; he needs to turn his attention to keeping income inequality in the spotlight of 2016 elections.
Column: The Eucharist is not just for people who have faith all figured out.
Column: Jesuit Fr. Daniel Berrigan never set out to radicalize his life by resisting state violence and being jailed for it.
Column: Can the presidential election polling be trusted? Is it useful at this stage of the race?
Yoga is not a threat to my faith. It's been an asset to it -- and it can be for many Catholics and other Christians.
Column: A former student now serves as a seasoned staff attorney in Washington for the Children's Advocacy Institute.
Column: If we, as Christians, really believe in forgiveness, we must work for prison reform now. It's a pro-life issue.
On what was to be, unpredictably, the last day of his life in mid-February, Antonin Scalia did have death on his mind. At least not his own. The Supreme Court justice, 79, had come by private plane to Cibolo Creek Ranch, a remote luxury game preserve in West Texas near the Mexican border that is a haven for the moneyed class. Lodging tops out at $800 a night.
"Nurse Jackie," an award-winning TV series now available on Netflix, features a Catholic nurse addicted to painkillers. The series' overaching question: is she a saint or sinner?