NCR Today: Orthodox Council opens; Native forests threatened; New blog post on ministry in Chicago; Guatemalan dump town; Social activism evolving in African-American churches
Part 4 of four-part series on sex abuse: Whether for you or a loved one, here are ways a survivor can find healing support.
New blog series: "Reconciliation in Chicago" will feature stories from a Chicago-based ministry working with youth and families affected by violence and incarceration.
Reconciliation in Chicago: "You can't help but recognize that these young men long for a caring and guiding adult."
Helena Bishop George Thomas has spearheaded at initiative to relax diocesan policy on where weddings may take place.
Eco Catholic: Pope Francis one year ago called for dialogue about the state of "our common home." What's been the impact?
NCR Today: Vatican contacting 15 US sisters' orders; Theologians conclude meeting; Supreme Court focuses on immigration; Women religious join Day of Justice; Documenting massacre of Yazidis
The Vatican's congregation for religious life is contacting the orders to clarify "some points" following the controversial six-year investigation of U.S. communities of women religious.
Preview: The U.S. Supreme Court will rule this month on the legality of the Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Residents program.
At the Intersection: It’s worth getting close enough to see that Hillary Clinton is a woman, and see how being black grounded Muhammad Ali’s activism.