As legislative proposals for doctor-prescribed suicide become more prevalent, the Catholic bishops of Iowa have organized a statewide effort to promote an awareness about end-of-life care aligned with Catholic teaching.
NCR Editorial: President Barack Obama's recent trip to Cuba demonstrated that diplomacy works.
Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory and Bishop Gregory J. Hartmayer said they support the Religious Freedom Restoration Act but not implementation in a way that will discriminate against any individual.
A Philippine archbishop is urging Catholics to heed the Ten Commandments before they head to the polls in May to vote for offices ranging from president to local village councilors.
Faith and Justice: The Supreme Court's proposed solution came one week after the oral argument. Oral arguments can help us understand the disputed issues.
NCR Today: I frequently blog about military boondoggles so it is gratifying to see members of Congress making points about waste within U.S. Cabinet departments.
On March 29 the justices asked lawyers on both sides to submit additional briefs on the subject within the next few weeks.
Camosy's Column: Catholic leaders should have the confidence to use our tradition as the basis for thinking about how to reform our institutions.
Sr. Constance Veit will be inside the Supreme Court to hear a landmark case pitting the Little Sisters of the Poor and several other religious non-profits against the United States.
Analysis: Is the HHS contraception mandate a threat to religious liberty? The Supreme Court has been asked to decide. Oral arguments take place March 23.