Sister Mary Ann Walsh




Stories by Sister Mary Ann Walsh
A plea for common sense and compassion in the immigration debate

A rosary rests between the hands of two protesters during a vigil on immigration policy. (Jonathan Gibby – GETTY IMAGES) … Continued

Pope John Paul II: a pontiff made for television

The frequent flyer John Paul II, who visited about 130 nations, including seven trips to the United States, brought the … Continued

Bishops seek health care that’s universal

By Sister Mary Ann Walsh The health care reform discussion goes on and on and seems to be the same … Continued

Tucson: time to wake up and tone down

By Sr. Mary Ann Walsh Spokeswoman for the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops The violence in Tucson is one more … Continued

The pope as pastor

By Sister Mary Ann Walsh Reports on Pope Benedict’s September 16-19 visit to England and Scotland where he is expected … Continued

Prop 8 overturned: “The law is an ass”

By Sister Mary Ann Walsh “The law is a ass.” So spoke Mr. Bumble in Charles Dickens’ Oliver Twist. The … Continued