NCR Today: The Feast of the Assumption; Reconciliation in Chicago; Clinton-Trump, what's it all mean? Global Sisters Report focuses on global mining.
Ephesus, Turkey -- Despite the danger of our own times, a steady stream of Muslim and Christian pilgrims travel to the revered place in search of Mary.
Despite the 2015 nuclear deal, both party platforms are more belligerent toward Iran than they were four years ago.
Reconciliation in Chicago: The ministry of reconciliation calls us to create safe and welcoming places for those who sometimes aren't ready to be embraced.
NCR Today: "I Will Speak for Myself," is a one-woman play giving voice to the stories of 11 women who were nurses, slaves, educators and activists in America.
Election 2016: Donald Trump lost his bid for the presidency the day he insulted the parents of Capt. Humayun Khan.
NCR Today: I have been thinking a lot lately about whether the Francis revolution is over.
The Francis Chronicles: Pope Francis paid a surprise visit Aug. 12 to a community helping 20 young women get their lives back together after being rescued from prostitution.
LCWR 2016: Global Sisters Report has a recap of the third day of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious 2016 annual assembly, as told through social media.
NCR Today: Oblate Fr. Carl Kabat will have a hearing Monday for splashing red paint on a sign at the National Security Campus in Kansas City.