Michael J. O’Loughlin November 24, 2020
Even decades after McCarrick’s abuse, seminaries are still learning how best to equip their students to recognize and report inappropriate behavior. A new working group wants to help.
Students at Boston College pray the Examen, while wearing masks and engaging in social distancing. (Photo courtesy of Joseph Vecchio and Emily Egan)
Kevin Christopher Robles October 20, 2020
The coronavirus pandemic has caused campus ministries around the country to reassess how to best minister to their students.
Catholic News Service August 19, 2020
The prize, which is $2.5 million in unrestricted funds, also "strengthens our resolve to create a community of kinship and healing in Los Angeles," Father Greg Boyle said in a statement. "All of us at Homeboy Industries are profoundly humbled by the Hilton Foundation's recognition."
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J.D. Long-García May 11, 2020
Helping parishes learn how to livestream. Writing letters. Youth ministry has changed during the coronavirus pandemic.
Bernard J. McNamara March 28, 2020
Catholic chaplains fighting a different battle in World War I: the fight against Spanish influenza
Don Clemmer December 27, 2019
Times of financial stress or uncertainty seem like a natural time to turn to one’s faith, but it can also be one of the most difficult times to do so.