NCR Today: Christians must get involved and help, Pope Francis urged in his weekly general audience April 27.
NCR Today: A papal peace pastoral? Q & A with Sr. Dianna Ortiz; Women protest cathedral renovation.
NCR Today: Cardinal Peter Turkson has said it is "plausible" that Pope Francis may write a new encyclical letter focused on reorienting church teachings on violence.
NCR Today: Austrian bishop defies wall building; Vietnamese sisters tackle domestic violence; Beyoncé's 'Lemonade' product of today.
NCR Today: Georgetown is my alma mater, so I was stunned to learn that Jesuits there sold 272 slaves to keep the university afloat in 1838.
Take and Read: Karl Rahner exemplified how one could be a believing Catholic while also having a questioning intellect.
NCR Today: I have to say at the outset that despite the fact that the "joy of love" is truly wonderful, I find it difficult to feel excessively positive about Amoris Laetitia.
NCR Today: Global Sisters Report 2nd anniversary; Earth Day actions; Weight loss for ministry gain; Trolls and the 2016 elections.
NCR Today: Theologians, bishops call for reform of doctrinal investigations; Women of Bangladesh have narrow work options; Obama's European legacy; Queen Elizabeth II at 90
Commentary: State legislatures across the country are considering a spate of bills that would blacklist companies that support the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement.