NCR Today: Looking ahead to climate change and trade policies under a Trump presidency; Brexit fallout continues; Italy hit by earthquakes
NCR Today: If the Catholic church truly believes in a consistent ethic of life, it cannot hold back when so many are being killed.
The Field Hospital: San Pedro parishioners minister to the men and women of the maritime world; Scott Weeman shares insights into recovery from addiction.
NCR Today: Ricky Gray, scheduled for execution by lethal injection tonight, lost a chance at reprieve yesterday when Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe denied Gray's clemency petition.
NCR Today: "Racism today is the ultimate evil in the world," is a great quote, but the problem is that Pope Francis never said it.
The Moral Majority fantasy arose decades ago and has all but vanished by now. Not that I wanted it to succeed on its terms, but it reminds me that the very idea that we share any kind of moral consensus now seems zany.
NCR Today: The day after the inauguration, we will march, and in so doing will also be standing with the water protectors at Standing Rock and in Flint, Mich.
NCR Today: Trump's inauguration; Defending human dignity is up to us; German priests say open the priesthood; Paving a path to vocations through volunteering
Take and Read: When I first read Dorothy Day in 1987, seven years after the famous writer, activist and co-founder of the Catholic Worker movement had died, I was immediately pulled in.