NCR Today: President and Vice President to visit Orlando; AMA on gun violence research; Vatican investigates women religious, Phase II;
NCR Today: The killings in Orlando over the weekend were horrific, beyond words. But the motive of the killer remains an unknown.
NCR Today: Often the news NCR reports is "bad and sad." We don't aim for any particular emotion, but we do, always, aim for the truth.
NCR Today: Bishops make statements on the Orlando mass shooting; Why the FBI dropped the investigation of Orlando shooter; When forbidden sexuality meets unchanging religious tradition
The Field Hospital: Philadelphia debate over statute of limitations for sex abuse gets legislators called out in parish bulletins; Opus Dei to oversee Manhattan parish; and more
NCR Today: Since Sunday morning, our town has been dripping in blood, tears and the fragmented frustration of a news story unfolding itself ever so slowly.
NCR Today: The mass shooting in Orlando represents "a wound to our society," said San Diego Bishop Robert McElroy in a statement on the diocesan website.
NCR Today: Vatican contacting 15 US sisters' orders; Theologians conclude meeting; Supreme Court focuses on immigration; Women religious join Day of Justice; Documenting massacre of Yazidis
CTSA 2016: Members of the Catholic Theological Society of America concluded their annual conference June 12 after four days of sharing scholarship on theological topics.
NCR Today: St. Petersburg, Fla., Bishop Robert Lynch said the Catholic church must teach and stand for its belief that all are made in God's image.