NCR Today: Response to Trump's refugee ban is swift and fierce; Amoris Laetitia stirring things up; Capitalizing on Women's Marches; Remembering Bernard Lonergan.
NCR Today: A joint letter to Trump and congressional leaders voiced concern for "the refugee, the mother at risk, the unborn child" and others, as well as climate change.
Take and Read: His 1972 book Method in Theology outlines an academic discipline that mediates between a religion and a culture, in ways both traditional and progressive.
NCR Today: Caritas Minamisoma is an expanding Catholic relief effort in one of the hardest hit areas of the vast disaster zone along the eastern coast of Japan's main island.
The time is ripe for a Third Vatican Council, methinks. Without delay.
Campus Notebook: A Students for Justice in Palestine chapter was denied approval by Fordham University's student government because of "political goals."
NCR Today: March for Life; Trump's executive orders, trade and the Dreamers; taco emojis and the catacombs; youth synod.
Granting a stay of execution for three men, Magistrate Judge Merz rules that midazolam, used in the state's drug protocol for executions, constitutes cruel and unusual punishment.
The mission and vision to stand in solidarity "for the protection of our rights, our safety, our health and our families" — was broad enough to include pretty much everyone.
NCR Today: U.S. Catholic bishops could do more to promote the common good -- especially important as Catholics begin their pilgrimage to Washington for the March for Life.