From the Dorothy Day conference: Kate Hennessy learned the importance of listening to and following her own "still, small voice" — a task her "Granny" deemed sacred.
NCR Today: Even though Day never voted, her life assures us that hope is not a cynical electioneering slogan but a real human possibility.
The women have stood in silent protest each week for more than 20 years, appealing for an end to the church's discrimination against women and complicity in war.
Book review: The Good Samaritan reflects author Jeff Dietrich's untiring service of feeding and aiding the poor.
Conversations with Sr. Camille: "The phrase 'There but for the grace of God go I' is alive while we serve these poor unfortunates," says Jack Davis, 76.
The Cincinnati archdiocese withdrew a $1,000 grant to help a shelter buy a washer and dryer after it learned a woman priest would host a prayer service there.
Essay: To capture more fully the force of Dorothy Day's life, vision, and voice for our age, it is essential that we seek beyond the usual platitudes.
John Dennis Apel protested outside a California Air Force base every month for 17 years. After a series of arrests, the Supreme Court is set to decide if anti-military protests are free speech.