Here's what's new on NCRonline today:
- Papal commission steps up work to educate church about abuse
- Benedict reveals dissatisfaction with argumentation of Paul VI's 'Humanae Vitae'
- Marianne Comfort: blessed to work for the 'least of these'
- Note from our CEO: With deepest gratitude
At Global Sisters Report:
- Children born with HIV find love in sister-run orphanages in Guatemala, Honduras
- One county in southern Indiana sends more people to prison than San Francisco does
- Putting women's contributions -- support and suffering -- into war history
- The Lost Coin: A lesson in compassion
- Q & A with Sr. Mary John Mananzan, documenting Philippine church history from the viewpoint of the 'vanquished'
- The George W. Bush White House 'lost' 22 million emails
- Evangelical gathering a sign conservative Christians slow to embrace Trump
- In fight against Islamophobia, Muslim Americans focus on the ballot box
In other news around the web:
- A new crop of D.C. churches has discovered the secret to appealing to millennials
- Catholic priest serving Kansas City, Kan., archdiocese suspended after visiting 'inappropriate' websites
- Members of Oasis, a group in the Bible Belt, find community and acceptance in religious-like services
- Mexicans march against president's proposal to allow gay marriage
- Pope Francis receives a Steelers football