As our Lent series on Pope Francis' "The Joy of the Gospel" concludes, we move beyond doubt and despair toward the hope that resurrection promises.
The new film "Cesar Chavez" raises many challenging questions as we explore his legacy of seeking justice for farmworkers.
On April 27, Pope Francis will canonize Popes John XXIII and John Paul II. We explore their impact on Catholic Social Teaching.
As more than half the world's population lives in urban settings, Earth Day 2014 focuses on the development of sustainable places to live and grow.
With Congress in stalemate over a federal minimum wage increase, it is up to states to provide increases that allow workers living wages. Catholic Social Teaching has long supported just wages for all...more
“Bonhoeffer: Pastor, Pacifist, Nazi Resister” is a documentary that explores the complex story of Pastor Dietrich Bonhoeffer. Our discussion questions invite viewers to apply lessons from his jour...more
Dietrich Bonhoeffer met martyrdom April 9, 1945, in a German concentration camp. He was one of the few church leaders who courageously opposed Adolf Hitler. Our prayer service unpacks the Beatitudes a...more
Lent may not seem like a joyous time, but "now is a very acceptable time," as Paul reminds us on Ash Wednesday, to be reconciled to God. Pope Francis invites us to this joyous encounter, to stop livi...more
March is Women's History Month, and our interactive calendar explores the stories of 31 remarkable women who have dedicated their lives to work for peace and justice. Many toil quietly. Others have wo...more
The recent book "On 'Strangers No Longer'" explores many facets of the historic 2003 pastoral letter on immigration from the bishops of Mexico and the United States. This guide provides 110 questions ...more