Editor's Notebook — Era of 'comfortable Catholicism' over; morality clauses; fortitude during times of trial; Jackie Kennedy and her faith; and the sudden, sad death of an 'adventurer' priest. The Vatican has released Pope Francis' itinerary for his trip to the Holy Land next weekend. Ahead of the trip, the Latin patriarch in Jerusalem calls for authorities to crack down on vandalism at religious sites.

In his address at yesterday's National Catholic Prayer Breakfast, Robert P. George, the McCormick professor of jurisprudence at Princeton University, said the days of "socially acceptable Christianity" and "comfortable Catholicism" are over.

Letters from Jackie Kennedy to an Irish priest detail her struggle with her faith.

Continuing his catechesis on the gifts of the Holy Spirit, Pope Francis focused this morning on the gift of fortitude in times of trial.

Philadelphia Archbishop Charles Chaput announces the theme for the 2015 World Meeting of the Families. 

Father James Martin says Church is a "much bigger tent" than most people think it is.

A Catholic priest dies in fall on Mount Hood.

And finally, morality clauses continue to cause a stir, this time in the Diocese of Oakland.

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