Editor's Notebook — Nov. 19 (evening edition) Welcome to a special evening edition of the Notebook.

Here are some headlines for discussion around the dinner table.

It's a big day in Fort Worth, Texas, as they welcome a new bishop. 

Some Catholic schools adopt Common Core educational standards despite objections from Catholic scholars. Read our balanced approach here to make up your mind about the standards.

The University of Chicago Medicine joined forces with Indiana-based Franciscan Alliance, one of the largest Catholic health care systems in the Midwest.

Pope Francis' letter to Archbishop Agostino Marchetto on Vatican II signals an important "declaration of his own ecclesial position," writes William Oddie in The Catholic Herald.

A priest, now deceased, documented giving last rites to JFK.  

This story, which has been EVERYWHERE, made public radio, too. 

Devastating photos from a church in Ohio, which was hit hard by Sunday's tornadoes. Our prayers go out to them all, especially these folks.

Did you know Pope Francis cooks fantastic paella?

Our new website launched yesterday. Come visit and stay a while. Browse content and be sure to sign up for one of our prize packs.

Have a great evening!

Gretchen R. Crowe is editor of OSV Newsweekly.