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NCR Today is the group blog of the National Catholic Reporter. Our diverse team of bloggers has different interests -- the politics of the church and secular society (and the interaction between the two), culture, management of the institution, and more.

What's out-of-bounds on "NCR Today," the group blog of the National Catholic Reporter? Almost nothing. Our diverse team of bloggers has different interests -- the politics of the church and secular society (and the interaction between the two), culture, management of the institution, and more -- but mostly "NCR Today" aims to inform readers about the events, people, trends and issues of concern to American Catholics. If NCR the newspaper is the gourmet meal, an occasion to relish, then "NCR Today" is high-quality (no trans fats) fast-food. A quick stop for nourishment, even a guilty pleasure, on the road of Catholic life. We suggest you visit two or three times a day to get the latest news and views from our bloggers.

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