NCR Today: In the wake of terrorism in Brussels, how do we remove the nail -- the shrapnel of human enmity deep at the heart of our warring societies?
Camosy's Column: I have found Fr. James Martin to be an even more important voice when it is time to be quiet.
NCR Today: After the terror attacks at the airport and on the Metro system in Brussels, Belgium, our U.S. presidential candidates showed who they really are (once again).
NCR Today: Holy Week gives us the opportunity to ponder the murder of Berta Isabel Cáceres Flores and our place in global development.
My small city recently evicted about 30 homeless people from their shanty town on a railroad bed. "It needed to be done," said the mayor. It was a festering crime scene, said the police chief.
They had a point. It was a filthy, hazardous site. An article in the local paper cited the city officials' justifications. Their report contained some fact and much hearsay. Not a word or viewpoint from an evicted person was included anywhere.
Column: I have no recent happy memories to use as a bridge from who my mother was to whom she became.
NCR Today: Francis tells priests God is not 'complicated theology'; Pope appoints Hebda as St. Paul-Minneapolis archbishop; Turkey says it warned Belgium about bomber
The Field Hospital: St. Patrick's parish, founded by Irish immigrants in 1835, is now a magnet for Latino immigrants, with at least 1,500 families.
Works of Mercy: "Time, time, time was what was needed by my body to understand, to grieve, and finally, to move on."
NCR Today: "We have to be constantly reaching out -- that is the job of followers of Christ," said Bishop Donal McKeown of Derry.