Editorial: The United States has become accomplished at destruction on a massive scale. We've yet to show anywhere near the same level of skill at putting things back together.
Editorial: Pope Francis and Donald Trump, side by side, and the public support they inspire, illustrate the competing perspectives at work attempting to shape 21st-century American culture and politics.
NCR Editorial: We need to foster a conversation between gun owners and other citizens who want to see gun laws changed.
We name Greg Bourke and Michael DeLeon NCR's persons of the year.
Editorial: We have a pope who is inviting -- challenging -- us to ask the most pressing questions of the day.
NCR Editorial: Where is our country's compassion for the millions of displaced Syrians and peace-loving Muslims?
Editorial: The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops is quite evidently stuck in a long transition between differing papal priorities and styles.
Editorial: Two events scheduled to take place in Guatemala in January simultaneously hold the extremes of hope and cynicism that only a country with its tortured history could produce.
Editorial: Documentation about the actual financial cost of the clergy sex abuse crisis has been elusive. Recent research indicates the cost for the crisis: $3.99 billion -- at least.
Editorial: Midway through the synod, our bishops have stumbled upon a key experience of being in and raising a family: uncertainty.