NCR Podcast: Sarah Mac Donald on St. Patrick and immigration

NCR In Conversation: NCR talks to Irish journalist Sarah Mac Donald about the meaning of St. Patrick's Day in Ireland and its particular emphasis on support for immigrants. 

Legal challenges await Keystone XL pipeline after Trump grants permit

Eco Catholic: Permit approval clears one hurdle, but others remain — including clearance of its Nebraska route — before the pipeline becomes operational.

Crucifixion imagery guides 'Silence' and our Lenten journey

Our Lenten Journey: "Silence" takes us on a journey we would most likely not take on our own. We are left with a sense of mystery and questions about the choices the characters...


Georgetown panel discusses complexities, humanity within immigration debate

Three refugees, among them a Trump supporter, and a border diocese bishop were part of the March 20 panel discussion that explored immigration reform.

At St. John’s University, diversity is the ‘timely application of a timeless value’

Colleges and Universities preview: For the past 15 years, St. John’s has been named by U.S. News and World Report as one of the top schools for campus ethnic diversity.


God’s unruly works

Spiritual Reflections: We may be people who wonder what God might be up to. We may choose to allow authorities to give us the answers.


Trump's budget slashes aid to the poor. Would Jesus have a problem with that?

Since it was unveiled last week, President Donald Trump’s proposed budget has been widely denounced as “immoral” and downright “evil” for boosting defense spending by billions while demanding drastic cuts to...


'Krazy Kat' comic creator's work had faith, says biographer

George Herriman's strip took "notions of good and evil and faith and free will, and addressed them all quite actively in the 34 years that Krazy Kat walked among us," said his biographer.

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March 24-April 6, 2017