NCR Today: Michael Novak, RIP; World Meeting of Popular Movements; Women and finances in Mexico; Church Militant and Michael Voris.
A refugee family, sponsored by a Jesuit parish, was finally able to reach the United States after being stopped by President Donald Trump's executive order banning refugees from seven Muslim-majority nations.
The Cheikhos, a Kurdish Muslim family of eight from Syria, had been in Iraq as refugees for more than two years. They are being sponsored by Holy Trinity Parish in Washington, D.C.
From the Dorothy Day conference: Kate Hennessy learned the importance of listening to and following her own "still, small voice" — a task her "Granny" deemed sacred.
Campus Notebook: Amado Gabriel Esteban will be DePaul’s first lay president; St. Anselm's names its first chief diversity officer; Marylhurst University starts speaker series on social justice issues
NCR Today: Trump's well-oiled machine; Dreamers under threat; Gun laws you may want to know about; A lesson in Mass preparation.
Interview reveals: The knights' spiritual patron, not their leader, demanded resignation of the group's grand chancellor.
From the Dorothy Day conference: Day and Pope Francis are "kindred spirits," says the editor of Day's writing, noting similarities in her "revolution of the heart" and his "revolution of kindness."
NCR Today: The president seems to be focused on "leakers" rather than on what the information they uncover indicates, but I am grateful for the whistle-blowers.
The Field Hospital: Key West's lifestyle of leisure is powered by workers who struggle to stay afloat. The Star of the Sea Foundation has stepped in to help.
NCR Today: President Trump's travel ban excludes so many people who have every legal right to be here -- people who have contributed and continue to contribute to our country.