More than 50 conservative Catholic activists and political leaders have come out in support of Republican presidential hopeful Ted Cruz as an alternative to Donald Trump.
NCR Today: Our radio program has been looking at the religious preferences and affiliations (or lack thereof) of the major presidential candidates. The diversity of the field is striking.
NCR Today: When it comes to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the un-statesmanlike Donald Trump displays the sensitivities of a true statesman.
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.
NCR Today: Is Sen. Marco Rubio a Latino? He is as a Cuban American. But like Sen. Ted Cruz, he is not really a Latino from a political perspective.
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.
NCR Today: Oh yes, I watched the State of the Union address on Jan. 12. Given that I am a certifiable political nerd, I simply would not have missed it!
Confronted by an “activist atheist,” Marco Rubio said he’ll champion a country where “no one is forced to violate their conscience." Rubio was asked about his new television ad.
Distinctly Catholic: The best thing to be said about last night's Republican presidential debate is that it was only two hours.
Pope Francis' visit to Cuba and the U.S. comes as people and politicians in both countries increasingly support ending an economic embargo that has lasted for more than five decades.