NCR Today: Last night's "Chicago Med" offered a bit of what I like to call "canine theology."
NCR Today: Pope Francis reiterated Wednesday that the Catholic church can never consider someone irrevocably separated from its global community.
The Field Hospital: Billboards urging confession; Pittsburgh closures; Rochester parish counts prayer hours; fish fry tradition roots; mass mob descends again on Detroit church.
Commentary: Buoyed by technological advances, the U.S. military is about to take a giant step forward in fighting wars without directly endangering American soldiers.
NCR Today: I am less disappointed with Pope Francis' words in Amoris Laetitia than I am with what I fear will be the reaction to his words.
NCR Today: Mourning Fr. Dan Berrigan; Sr. Margaret Brennan laid to rest; Trump and Hillary post-Indiana; @Pontifex attacked by trolls; Bakhita Radio still broadcasting.
NCR Today: Like many people who were inspired by Daniel Berrigan, I am both mourning his passing ... and rejoicing in the legacy of justice and peacemaking he bequeathed to us.
NCR Today: I was 20 in 1962 when Thomas Merton brought his visitor, Daniel Berrigan, over to the Loretto motherhouse to speak to the novices.
NCR Today: The mission of Catholic media; Boehner before Indy primary; Mourning Berrigan and Brennan; Year of Mercy billboard campaign launched.
Take and Read: Leonardo Boff's landmark work broadened liberation theology's gaze to include the natural environment.