NCR Today: The Women's March on Washington is for everyone, and it's for more than women's rights and equality.
NCR Today: Belgian sister's NGO advocates for India's exploited domestic workers; Syrian cease-fire crumbles as forces advance around Damascus; May and Merkel's relationship almost nonexistent
The Field Hospital: Prayers bolster injured 17-year-old in Louisiana; Colorado Springs liturgy expresses solidarity with immigrants; St. Ann Place ministers to homeless and hungry in Florida.
NCR Today: Women's March could become biggest inauguration demonstration; Trump's tweet, constituent protests corral dissenting GOP house members; Colombian president alters peace pact at army's request
NCR Today: Those who are concerned about the results of this election need to consider involving themselves in the political process starting at the local level.
The leaders of one of the world's smallest and oldest countries are backing Pope Francis' recent call for Christians to embrace Jesus' teachings on nonviolence, saying in a letter to the pontiff that he is encouraging them not to give into the "blackmail" of just war theory.
NCR Today: Trump and deregulation; Lessons from Latin America; New Year calls for peace making; Cleveland bishop resigns.
Take and Read: My original encounter with Rabindranath Tagore was too simple, but it was also wrong to allow the miracle of that 1912 Gitanjali to slip away entirely.
NCR Today: Muslims discuss fears and hopes for the future under a Trump presidency on the "Interfaith Voices" radio program.
NCR Today: NCR readers, I imagine, all know about the concept of implicit bias. And, because we are people of good will, we strive to be unbiased.