Column: A recent event brought together Catholic educators with Catholic archivists to explore ways that archival material, especially digitized material, can be used in classrooms.
Column: While my Netflix account is getting a workout, so are my spiritual muscles, since a number of my favorite British shows feature religious themes.
Column: Economic violence, a phrase rarely uttered in policy debates, was a reality to which Ruth Sivard devoted her professional life.
Opinion: I like to put my money where my values are (I don't shop at Wal-Mart). This commitment is doubly important when it comes to charitable giving.
I was at the Cato Institute, the belly of the beast of libertarianism, to speak about Pope Francis' view on capitalism.
Opinion: Pope Francis, in his speeches and visitations, won't have gone much beyond incensed pieties and play-it-safe verbiage. Unless ...
Opinion: You are reading this today because I took required "core" theology courses when I was an undergraduate student at the University of Notre Dame.
As a prison abolitionist, I was an immediate admirer of the two citizens -- Richard Matt and David Sweat -- who in early June, artfully and nonviolently decided to end their residency in the cages of the Clinton Correctional Facility in Dannemora, N.Y.
Yes, each was found guilty of homicides. Yes, the murders were vile: Matt dismembered his victim; Sweat shot a man and then drove a car over the body.
Coal is not the only subject to give Catholic responsible investors pause. What about investing in companies that materially contribute to war? Or oil and gas? Or same-sex marriage?
Column: While most Catholic parishes have shifted to vacation mode, our Protestant brothers and sisters are preparing for one of their busiest weeks.