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NCR Podcast: Contemplation for Lent

New rule would force immigrants to go without benefits or risk their stay in US

A sign announces that a retailer accepts the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP (formerly known as food stamps), in Muncie, Indiana, in January. (Dreamstime/Jonathan Weiss)

Food baskets come with a Gilded Age moral lesson

Vatican calls March pre-synod meeting chance to speak with, not about, young people

Opinion

Commentary

Cardinal's words on same-sex blessings show church's broader dilemma

Blog

Letters to the Editor: Presidential respect, missal rollback, and more

Politics

Food baskets come with a Gilded Age moral lesson

Links for 2/15/18

Vatican

Francis renews abuse commission but does not reappoint six members

Vatican calls March pre-synod meeting chance to speak with, not about, young people

Parish

Commentary

Cardinal's words on same-sex blessings show church's broader dilemma

Disenchanted Catholics look afield in Madison's Morlino era

World

Head of Catholic physicians' group warns of threats to conscientious objection

Christian leaders in Jerusalem protest plan to tax church properties

Justice

New rule would force immigrants to go without benefits or risk their stay in US

Column

Gene Sharp, committed to nonviolence, fought fire with water

Environment

As Cape Town's water crisis nears 'Day Zero,' faith groups spring into action

Church's efforts to protect Amazon vital, panelists say

Accountability

Syracuse program gives abuse victims until May 16 to file claims

Pope Francis says he meets almost weekly with abuse victims

Books

Religion and faith underlie three books

Quinn's 'Revered and Reviled' heralds new phase in Vatican I's reception

People

Refugee groups fight Trump travel ban — and for their own survival

Campus Notebook: University of Mary 'booming'; misdirected funds at Georgetown

Spirituality

First Sunday of Lent: Teach me your ways of love, compassion

Acknowledge sin, but look for signs of God at work, pope tells priests

Theology

47 bishops to take part in theology seminars on 'Amoris Laetitia'

Cupich says 'Amoris Laetitia' changes how church teaches families, by learning

Media

'The 15:17 to Paris' doesn't need bells or whistles to be authentic

'Created Equal' film uses women's ordination to address broader societal, legal issues

Global Sisters Report

Blog

NCR Podcast: Contemplation for Lent

Collaborative governance model helps congregations carry on with limited resources