NCR Editorial: We hope that the people of God consider a new view of peacemaking and nonviolence as essential to their lives as Catholic Christians.
Peace & Justice
Eco Catholic: Authorities arrested four men May 2 in the murder of Honduran environmental activist Berta Caceres Flores.
Hospitals bombed and attacked. Medical aid charity Medecins Sans Frontieres demands protection for doctors, nurses, mid-waves and patients.
Paying workers a just wage has been "one of the most consistent and central themes of Catholic social teaching" for more than a century, said Cardinal Peter Turkson.
At the Intersection: I broke (bent) my own rule and read the comments, on a blog post by Maureen Fiedler about Georgetown University.
Take and Read: Leonardo Boff's landmark work broadened liberation theology's gaze to include the natural environment.
Religious leaders gathered in prayer to mark the one-year anniversary of riots that spread through Baltimore after the death of a man injured while in police custody.
NCR Today: I have a long column on nuclear weapons on Global Sisters Report, and its conclusion is understated.
Commentary: Harriet Tubman will soon become the first African-American to appear on U.S. currency. This monumental decision is not only politically correct, it is morally and socially correct.
GSR Preview: The trauma of being abducted and tortured has fueled Ursuline Sr. Dianna Ortiz's passion for human rights work.