Editor's Notebook — Border Mass, contract backlash in Cincinnati, vandalism, Satanic symbols on coffee, and how one school responded to a Dominican sister's talk. Here are some headlines you might be interested in today ...

U.S. bishops celebrate Mass on U.S.-Mexico border April 1.

Jim Rigg, superintendent of Catholic schools for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, responds to the outcry over the archdiocese's revised teacher-minister contract.

More monasteries in Israel are being vandalized.

Despite a strike by Israeli diplomat, Pope Francis' trip to the Holy Land will happen, according to Vatican Insider.

A Dominican sister gets backlash from Catholic school students after a talk on homosexuality

Starbucks apologizes for serving coffee with Satanic symbols to a Catholic teacher. 

What do some churches do with old songbooks? Find out.

What a sneak peek at the cover for the April 13 issue? Look no further than right here.

Have a great afternoon!

Gretchen R. Crowe is editor of OSV Newsweekly. Follow her on Twitter @GretchenOSV.