A deacon’s delicate balance: Managing family, Church life

After trying to do it all led to a burnout, dad, husband has made busy schedule work ...

Nuns build foundation on the power of prayer

Sisters look forward to building monastery, expanding numbers and returning to a fully ...

Hectic Capitol Hill keeps days ‘joyfully challenging’

Washington, D.C., pastor enjoys dual roles in parish, diocesan office

A (humbling) lesson on God's timing

Announcement wasn’t the best timing for us at the Newsweekly

Spokane bishop to lead Chicago archdiocese

Pope Francis has selected Bishop Blase Cupich to succeed Cardinal Francis George; ...

‘Obamacare’ abortion rules largely ignored

Report: Insurance providers not separating money; federal funds illegally being used ...

When donating to charity, here’s what to keep in mind

Know whether the organization is spending your money in a way that lines up with your ...

Is it morally OK to buy luxury items?

Several concerns must be addressed before splurging on a high-dollar product

Opening the Word: We are the vineyard

In sending the prophets, then his son, parable shows the lengths God has gone to in ...

Radically Catholic: Day fought poverty, injustice

Social activist Dorothy Day was a polarizing figure among Catholics throughout the ...

Displaying the flag

No norm exists on the placement of flags in church; it is up to the bishop or pastor ...

Toss out Chick trash

Anti-Catholic publisher has been peddling his hate-filled, nonsensical ‘Chick tracts’ ...

Scotland’s warning

Country’s Catholic history is rich, tragic, but its dwindling religious population is ...

Letters to the Editor for October 5, 2014

Sharing food, prayer, fallen-away Catholics, and mission families

Editorial: A boiling point?

‘Climate change is indeed a threat to life, a precious gift we have received and that ...
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