Editor's Notebook: Diocese in mourning; human trafficking concerns during World Cup; camera use during Mass; and the challenge of naming Baby #4 A shock attack at a Catholic church in Phoenix early this morning leaves a diocese in mourning. 

At their spring meeting, the U.S. bishops are urged to promote and support the family.

In Chicago, nuns step up fight against a strip club next door. 

As the World Cup starts up this afternoon, these nuns are fighting the increase of the risk in human trafficking in Brazil during the event. 

Speaking of the World Cup, Pope Francis said today the event should be a celebration of solidarity and peace. 

In his newest Confessions of a Catholic Dad post, Scott Warden debates baby names, from Abadios to Waldebert.

Deacons Greg Kandra and Msgr. Pope: on the use of cameras during Mass. 

Spanish model gives up her career in favor of become a nun.

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