Woman religious who crusaded against nuclear weapons dies at 91

Sister Megan Rice, whose yearslong crusade against nuclear weapons included serving two years behind bars for a felony, died Oct. 10.

Pope blesses nun held captive nearly five years by insurgents in Mali

The day after authorities announced her release from kidnappers in Mali, Colombian Sister Gloria Cecilia Narváez Argoti was at the Vatican for a Mass in St. Peter's Basilica and was greeted by Pope Francis.

The pope greeted Sister Narváez before and blessed her after the Mass Oct. 10, which formally opened the process leading up to the assembly of the Synod of Bishops in 2023.

Adrian Dominican heartened by investors' support for human rights proposal for gun-maker

"We genuinely believe Smith & Wesson has the knowledge and the expertise to engineer the solutions we need to reduce gun violence and save lives. ... A human rights policy would help Smith and Wesson demonstrate that it is neither tone-deaf or callous to the cries for change and for the solutions to gun violence we so desperately need."

New book recounts how Alabama death sentence was overturned with Benedictine's help

The case may be old, but the issues are still relevant, which is why Donald Cameron Clark Jr. wrote Summary Judgment, a book detailing how he got an Alabama man's death sentence overturned.