NCR former publisher: ‘I’ve always felt as much a missionary as a journalist’

Journalism has always been a sacred mission for me. That mission began in Vietnam and has continued through my career, most fittingly at NCR for over 35 years.

Fox wins top award for his work at NCR

Thomas Fox received the Bishop John England Award on June 22 from the Catholic Press Association of the United States and Canada, the association's highest honor for publishers.

Detroit wraps up synod with plan to 'Unleash the Gospel'

Archbishop Vigneron outlines results of Detroit's archdiocesan synod -- "a project of a generation" -- while in Springfield, Illinois, and Burlington, Vermont, the synod process is just beginning...


Parish roundup: Memphis shakeup; muscle cars for vocations

The Field Hospital: Nearly two-thirds of the Memphis Diocese's active priests are being reassigned; California parish remembers Orlando victims; altar goes to synagogue.

The future of the priesthood looks more hopeful

NCR Today: No one would accuse the latest crop of seminarians and newly ordained as being wildly liberal, but change is evident, especially in the area of social justice.


Recognize the body of Jesus in one another

The Peace Pulpit: Look at that person and see Jesus, not the host. Yes, Jesus is present, but even more important, in our brothers and sisters, especially those who are in need. 


'Young Radicals' follows progressives' pursuit of ideals into World War I

Book Review, Part 2: The most fascinating part of Jeremy McCarter's book comes when the U.S. enters the war, and the young radicals face a dangerous new world.

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June 16-29, 2017