Editor's Notebook — Sister Cristina wins The Voice; Catholic Conference finds an unlikely ally; A prayer on D-Day; Is The Fault in Our Stars appropriate for your teen? Happy Friday! (And the last Friday of the Easter season.)

Ahead of Sunday's meeting at the Vatican with Israeli and Palestinian leaders, a look at how the Vatican explains prayers for peace.  

Is Pope Francis heading to Glasgow?

"I'm not here to start a career but because I want to impart a message." — Italian nun Sister Cristina wins Italy's The Voice. 

From the Archdiocese of Military Services via the Deacon's Bench: A prayer on D-Day. 

Strange bedfellows: The Minnesota Catholic Conference joins forces with ... the National Organization for Women?

An Oklahoma judge granted an injunction Thursday allowing the Catholic Benefits Association to be exempt from the HHS mandate. 

Why OSV Associate Editor Scott Warden is singing the summertime blues. 

From TIME (Christopher Hale): Why Tea Party Catholicism is a no-go.

At Mass this morning, Pope Francis told priests never to forget their "first love."

Finally, the movie based on the teen book sensation "The Fault in Our Stars" opens today. Is it appropriate for your kids?

Have a great day! 

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