Morning Briefing

 |  NCR Today

Election 2012 -- In Honor of 9/11, Presidential Campaigns Step Away from Politics

Catholics react to Bishop Finn's conviction

NCR Editorial: Kansas City's Bishop Finn must resign or be removed

Kansas City, Mo. -- More area Catholic ordinations challenge a national trend In Missouri and Kansas, more men are being ordained or studying to become priests.

Op-Ed Columnist: Suffer the Children by Frank Bruni

Christmas-NCR-gifts-half_0.jpgGive a subscription to our award-winning newspaper and save $10.

Catholic church sued by gay couple over Massachusetts real estate deal. Diocese allegedly backs out of selling mansion to couple because of the 'potentiality of gay marriages' in the house

Nigerian bishops meet: Catholic Bishops Worried, About Corruption In Government.

Opinion from the National Review Online: The Decline and Fall of Catholic Democrats?

Another view from the Buffal News: Powerful wedge issues could save president

Remembering Martini: Cardinal one of few to query Roman consensus

NCR's Heidi Schlumpf: Why I stand with Chicago's teachers

NCR's John Allen is in Rome all this week: Is Ravasi 'the most interesting man in the church'?

NCR's sister publication, Celebration, posts reflections on each day's Scripture reading. Here's a link: You may want to bookmark it. It's a great way to begin the day.

Support independent reporting on important issues.

 One family graphic_2016_250x103.jpg


NCR Comment code: (Comments can be found below)

Before you can post a comment, you must verify your email address at
Comments from unverified email addresses will be deleted.

  • Be respectful. Do not attack the writer. Take on the idea, not the messenger.
  • Don't use obscene, profane or vulgar language.
  • Stay on point. Comments that stray from the original idea will be deleted. NCR reserves the right to close comment threads when discussions are no longer productive.

We are not able to monitor every comment that comes through. If you see something objectionable, please click the "Report abuse" button. Once a comment has been flagged, an NCR staff member will investigate.

For more detailed guidelines, visit our User Guidelines page.

For help on how to post a comment, visit our reference page.

Commenting is available during business hours, Central time, USA. Commenting is not available in the evenings, over weekends and on holidays. More details are available here. Comments are open on NCR's Facebook page.



NCR Email Alerts


In This Issue

July 14-27, 2017