Editor's Notebook — Dioceses defend morality clauses; Irish septic tank horror; Catholic and libertarianism incompatible. Pope Francis, at his General Audience this morning, reflected on the gift of piety, saying: "Piety is not mere outward religiosity; it is the genuine religious spirit which makes us turn to the Father as his children and to grow in our love for others, seeing them as our brothers and sisters, members of God's family."

As teachers protest contract morality clauses, diocesan officials defend their implementation.

The remains of more than 800 children were found in a septic tank in Ireland.

From RNS: Catholic and libertarian? Top papal adviser says they're incompatible. 

Archdiocese of Milwaukee approves Common Core; parents considering home-schooling.

From TIME: Boehner's got a Catholic problem on immigration.

In Australia, Church under fire for response to abuse revelations.

A new biography shines a light on the sometimes overlooked Catholic composer Joseph Haydn.

The June 8 Israeli/Palestinian prayer meeting is just another example of how Pope Francis has put the Vatican back on the map.

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