Most viewed stories in March

The most viewed stories on in March:

Pro-life group urges Congress to pass Senate health care bill

NCR Today, our group blog

Ratzinger's Responsibility, an essay by Fr. Hans Küng

Credibility gap: Pope needs to answer questions, our editorial of March 26.

We say: Charlottesville reveals the weeping wound of racism. What do we, the American Catholic faith community, do next? Read the editorial.

Keeping the record straight on Benedict and the crisis, a John Allen column

Will Ratzinger's past trump Benedict's present?

Divided loyalties: an incredible situation, a Sr. Joan Chittister column

The nun and Glenn Beck: a standoff

Boulder pastor says Jesus turned some away

Battle lines in the liturgy wars, First of two-part analysis by Tom Roberts

The new spin on Vatican II, Second of two-part analysis by Tom Roberts

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