Is there such a thing as “suffering well”?

Pain is inevitable; misery is a choice; the Cross is the remedy

Dealing with grief, loneliness, and the holidays

A recent widower has advice for those who are suffering from loss, and dreading Thanksgiving and Christmas

Why people are hiring actors to create their “perfect” family

Our lives are imperfect, but authenticity is more life-giving than being fake.

Shooter’s in-laws frequented Texas Baptist church

Small community mourns loss of pastor's daughter, eight members of one family, and many others

U.S. bishop calls for suspension of Jones Act in Puerto Rico

Bishop DiMarzio of Brooklyn and Cardinal Dolan make one-day solidarity visit to hurricane-battered island.

Is sharing your grief with others really TMI?

Sometimes keeping your sorrows to yourself only adds to pain.

Day of the Dead remembers Mexico earthquake victims

This time of year is especially poignant for loved ones of many natural disaster victims.

After ISIS: A French priest is helping formerly enslaved and traumatized Yazidis

Father Patrick Desbois, who is documenting genocide and helping Iraqi natives overcome ordeal, will receive Lantos Human Rights Prize.