Editor's Notebook — A new approach to homosexuality; the world's most influential tweeter; Pope Francis gave his last general audience today before taking a break for the month of July. During it, he continued his catechesis of the Church, focusing on what it means to "belong."

For yesterday's feast of St. John the Baptist, "Mud People" celebrate in the Philippines.

The Archdiocese of Seattle announced Tuesday that it will pay $12.1 million to settle 30 sexual abuse claims dating back decades from two archdiocesan schools operated by the Christian Brothers. "I deeply regret the pain suffered by these victims," Archbishop J. Peter Sartain said. 

Father Kenneth Walker's life was an example of holiness to the world.

At the Jesuit Post, Father Nathan O'Halloran explores three ways to approach the Church's teaching on homosexuality. 

A new study revealed Wednesday that Pope Francis is the "most influential tweeter."

Do your kids like baseball? If so, here's a great way to have them engage in the sport and also in the Faith.

Finally, don't miss this podcast by Taylor Marshall and his wife, Joy, on the keys to a happy, holy marriage. 

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