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.
The Field Hospital: News imagery and the call of Pope Francis compelled Jennifer Harmeling in Peacetree City, Ga., to support a refugee family from Myanmar.
Welcome back to your weekly international edition of Morning Briefing, where we try to highlight a little of what's going on around the world.
First, from NCR today and yesterday: