Finding the Historical Jesus: An Interview With John P. Meier

Catholic University scholar John P. Meier discusses how the Jesus of faith is linked to the Jesus of history.

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Voice of the Faithful ‘Keep the Faith, Change the Church’

What started in a Massachusetts parish claims more than 30,000 members nationally a year later.

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The Life and Legacy of Edith Stein

She was a brilliant scholar who was called to share both in the virtue and in the martyrdom of Christ. By John Feister

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A Generous Faith: Sister Bridget Haase

Her story even was, this past August, featured on NBC Nightly News's "Making a Difference" segment.

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No Greater Love: Chaplain Mychal Judge, OFM

This priest-hero died at the World Trade Center as he had lived: offering himself freely for others. By John Feister

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Antona Ebo, FSM: Brave Sister of Selma

This 82-year-old Franciscan sister takes center stage in a new PBS documentary about a key moment in civil-rights history.

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Liam Lawton on Saint Patrick

This Irish priest and musical celebrity explores the saint’s amazing journey. By John Feister

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U.S. Franciscan Father Michael Perry, minister general of the Order of Friars Minor, is pictured at the Franciscan headquarters in Rome June 12. Father Perry discussed "Laudato Si'," the title of Pope Francis' encyclical on the environment, which is taken from a hymn by St. Francis of Assisi. (CNS photo/Paul Haring) See ENCYCLICAL-FRANCISCANS June 12, 2015.

The Future of the Franciscans

At age 61, Father Michael Perry, OFM, is general minister of the Order of Friars Minor, the 13,400-member-strong branch of the Franciscan family tree. By John Feister

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A Christmas Miracle for a Jewish Woman

His mother escaped from death in Nazi-occupied Poland on Christmas Eve. By John Feister and Rabbi Abie Ingber

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The U.S. Supreme Court in Washington is seen Jan. 31. The court sent a Texas death-row case back to lower courts March 28, saying the inmate's intellectual disability should prevent his execution. (CNS photo/Tyler Orsburn) See SCOTUS-DEATH-PENALTY-IQ March 29, 2017.

Sister Helen Prejean: 20 Years after ‘Dead Man Walking’

State by state, capital punishment is being repealed. This longtime death-penalty opponent gives us a progress report. By John Feister

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