An New York City parish organized a fully accessible prayer service for people with disabilities, who even in the church are often forgotten on the margins.
Martha Hennessy, a granddaughter of Dorothy Day, the founder of the Catholic Worker movement, was sentenced Friday (Nov. 13) to 10 months in prison for breaking into Kings Bay Naval Base in Georgia.
The demands of the demonstrators have quickly expanded into a broad critique of government corruption, incompetence and impunity as human rights abuses and economic malaise continues in Nigeria.
The latest move to militarize Zimbabwean society appears an attempt not to reward career military officers who remain loyal to the ruling ZANU-PF party but to exert control over a different group of professionals who have been pressing for reform.
Sister Campbell, the social justice activist made famous by headlining “Nuns on the Bus” tours, announced she will step down from her post leading Network Lobby this March.
What pro-life Catholics are doing to fight suicide, the death penalty, poverty, hunger, gun violence and police killings, the opioid epidemic and wars
A response to former U. S. Secretary of Labor Robert Reich