NCR Today: A well-known client of a Catholic Community Service site was killed there by Spokane police officers after a confrontation on the evening of April 28.
NCR Today: I have a long column on nuclear weapons on Global Sisters Report, and its conclusion is understated.
NCR Today: Yesterday, my long-time friend at the Quixote Center, Dolly Pomerleau, told me about a new project at there: sending Bibles to bishops!
The Field Hospital: Parish collaboration in California; being present with the homeless; increase in Catholic involvement with Habitat for Humanity.
NCR Today: Universities are about politics as much as they are education.
NCR Today: Three-fold increase in Vatican suspicious activity in 2015; Global peace as future synod topic; Friends of the Poor Sisters in India not deterred by threats
NCR Today: A prominent Italian news agency is reporting that the pontiff wants to dedicate the next meeting of the world's Catholic bishops to the issue of global peace.
The Field Hospital: "The prudence needed to be an effective priest cannot be taught, it can only be earned through actual life experience."
The Field Hospital: Church-destroying blaze likely arson; South Philly parishioners face church mergers; Parishioners help fund shipping stained-glass windows overseas.
NCR Today: Christians must get involved and help, Pope Francis urged in his weekly general audience April 27.