Editor's Notebook — Hispanic ministry is Church's future, a singing nun, change of plans in Raleigh, torture, tragedy and another papal saint? In his General Audience this morning, Pope Francis continued his series on the gifts of the Holy Spirit and focused on the gift of counsel and how essential it is to pray.

The NY Times profiles the singing nun who has become a worldwide sensation.

Plans for a lavish new cathedral in the Diocese of Raleigh have taken a turn in another direction.

A new study says the Hispanic community is not only integral to the future of the U.S. Church, it is the future of the U.S. Church.

According to the Buenos Aires Herald, Pope Francis is to meet with Susana Trimarco today, the mother of a young woman whose daughter went missing in 2002 and has become Argentina's high-profile human trafficking case.

In his latest Newsmax blog, Greg Erlandson blasts the recent questioning of the Vatican by another U.N. committee -- this time the Committee against Torture.

In Nigeria, things are just getting worse as recent reports indicate that Boko Haram killed hundreds in a 12-hour raid on a remote village.  

La Stampa reports that another pope is closer to sainthood as the Congregation for the Causes of Saints approve a miracle attributed to Pope Paul VI.

If you plan to visit Rome this summer, the Vatican Museums is continuing its tradition of opening at night.

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