Pope Francis has called for a church that is more welcoming to people with disabilities. A unique program in the Archdiocese of Washington is living out this vision.
African Jesuits vow to help create a new generation of leaders for the continent.
The battle that made him famous combined three heated issues in the post-Vatican II church: religion, race and authority.
Elizabeth Dias will receive the prize and deliver an original lecture at at Yale University at 4 p.m. on September 29.
The biggest attraction of all was the presence of the crucifix of John Sullivan, S.J., an Irish Jesuit who died in 1933.
The Pew survey finds that regular attendees of Mass are more likely to follow the church on abortion and homosexuality.