NCR Today: A 'green theology of liberation'; Restaurant standing up for immigrants; Phone fasts for Lent; Philippine drug war creates sanctuary churches; South Dakota bishops open lobbying office.
NCR Today: The president of the school claimed the St. Louis archdiocese requires such clubs include conversion therapy. But the archdiocese says it has no such requirement.
NCR Today: It's happening everywhere. Eleven million people across the United States are filled with fear. Members of the Loretto Community are helping some assess risk and make plans.
NCR Today: Sr. Rose saw 26 of the 47 feature-length films nominated for an Oscar in any category. She lays out her picks for Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Actress and more.
Campus Notebook: CUAllies wants Catholic University of America's official recognition; Loyola Marymount expands its Silicon Beach presence; and College of St. Scholastica hosts 375 high school students
NCR Today with video: Kansas City was among more than two dozen cities fielding "Not My President's Day" rallies and other protests Feb. 20.
NCR Today: Why we need vigilance on child sex abuse; Vandalizing Jewish cemeteries; Fighting for coal miners; Meet the Pro-Life Millennials.
The Field Hospital: Pastors across the country are noting increased anxiety among parishioners, as new U.S. enforcement actions make life more tenuous for undocumented immigrants.
NCR Today: Compared to the frosty personal relationship between Obama and Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister's relatinship with President Donald Trump has all the indications of a real "bromance."
We finally get a smart primetime television show that has all the required ingredients for compelling drama — except for car chases and violence — and we don’t watch it.