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'
Visit EarthBeat, NCR's new reporting project that explores the ways Catholics and other faith groups are taking action on the climate crisis.
- 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