NCR Editorial Staff: President Barack Obama has put in motion a set of initiatives for upgrading our nuclear arsenals that, if implemented, would harm a generation of the world's citizens.
Commentary: U.S. Catholics who identify as traditional or conservative sometimes don't understand the church’s teachings on social justice and their duty to the poor.
Column: This year, the differences between the two parties may be more pronounced than in any election since 1980. How will such pronounced differences translate to policy?
Commentary: An attack on one faith is an attack on all our faiths, and when any religious group is targeted, we all have a responsibility to speak up.
Column: As never before, worshipers in the church of American politics are having a crisis of faith.
Americans overall agree there’s “a lot” of discrimination against Muslims living in the United States -- and it’s rising -- a new Pew Research survey finds. Republicans, Democrats divide sharply.
Faith and Justice: After the Iowa caucuses, how will Catholics vote in the Republican and Democratic primaries? Catholic voters make a difference in presidential primaries, for both parties.
AUSTIN, Texas -- One of two anti-abortion activists indicted for using a fake government ID to aid secret filming inside Planned Parenthood facilities appeared in court Feb. 3.
Louisville Archbishop Joseph E. Kurtz and the state's three other Catholic bishops, were among those who welcomed a new abortion law requiring a face-to-face meeting with a health care provider.
NCR Today: Are things as bad as so many voters believe? Can we tone down some of the anger and anxiety and work toward solutions to the many remaining challenges?