Editor's Notebook — Holy Land recap, shooting victims remembered, married priests and women 'priests', and some late-night catechism. In his General Audience this morning, Pope Francis recalled his recent journey to the Holy Land, calling it "a great grace for me and the whole Church."

Aboard the papal flight back to Rome May 26, Pope Francis said his "most authentic" gestures during the trip were spontaneous. 

California parish reaches out to community after 'horrific night of violence.'

The Diocese of Greensburg, Pa., sued three department of the federal government over the Affordable Care Act. 

Deacon Greg Kandra looks at what it might be like for a woman to be married to a Catholic priest. 

In Kalamazoo, Mich., Bishop Paul Bradley is warning Catholics not to participate in an ordination of a woman to the priesthood this Saturday. 

From the USCCB: This fall's theme for Catechetical Sunday will be forgiveness.

South Korea has invited North Korean Catholics to a Mass celebrated by Pope Francis during his trip to Asia in August.  

Kyle Cupp: Does Pope Francis want Catholics to doubt the Church?

Pew Research released a poll May 27 containing the breakdown of Catholic Hispanics. 

Finally, for a little fun: some late-night catechism. 

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