For five decades, National Catholic Reporter has provided an independent voice for Catholics and people of faith. We report on church issues and social concerns to inform and inspire, while providing avenues for expression of diverse perspectives, promoting tolerance and respect for differing ideas.
We recently celebrated our 50th anniversary, and we are proud of our legacy and honored to continue our mission. Learn more about our company mission, vision and values.
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NCR staff members work at our headquarters in Kansas City, Missouri and all over the world. Our dedicated Board of Directors serve our organization from across the country. Learn about current job opportunities, including the Bertelsen Editorial Internship Program and volunteer opportunities. NCR occasionally sponsors conferences and reader gatherings, and our writers give talks around the country.
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We publish two additional publications: Celebration magazine and Global Sisters Report.