What would Bishop Thomas Paprocki of Springfield, Illinois, say? Malta, an Officially Catholic Nation, Passes Marriage Equality Law
What do the Catholics in Springfield, Illinois, think? Women-Church bypasses Paprocki, appeals directly to Springfield Catholics
Here's a good story to set the mood for reading the next four: Clergy arrested outside McConnell's office while protesting health care bill
- Senate Health Bill Still Short On ‘Yays’ But Leaders Vow Vote Next Week
- Public Opposition To GOP Repeal Bill Inches Up And Intensifies
- Trump: 'Republican Senators must come through' on health care bill
- Opinion: Here Is the Deal Democrats Should Offer Republicans to Save Obamacare
No generation gap here: Opposing nuclear weapons, young and old find common ground
Heidi Schlumpf says God wants you to go on vacation
Most-read story this week on NCR: Living in Donald Trump's America
Yesterday's must-read story on NCR: Italian Jesuit magazine criticizes political attitudes of some US Catholics
Reading the article in the magazine La Civilta Cattolica, "brought many adjectives and adverbs to mind," writes Michael Sean Winters, "but the one I kept coming back to is: Finally!"
Caracas, Venezuela - Amid a spiraling economic crisis, the government is accused of authoritarianism. Among the protesters is Dominican Sr. Zulay Luján: "My goal is to be with the people, not with any political group, but with the people who are struggling." Armed with the rosary, sisters join Venezuela protests
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