NCR Today: "Blue Bloods" isn't the only show that sustains a racist world view. Almost all of them do.
NCR Today: A Baptist leader in Sacramento said the Orlando shooting was a good thing; this is not a Christian response.
NCR Today: Bishop apologizes for abuse; Orthodox Council ends; Chicago parishes looking at energy efficiency; India struggles with clergy abuse of nuns
Pan-Orthodox Council: Orthodox leaders have concluded their historic council pledging dialogue with other churches while reaffirming "no compromise" regarding Orthodox teachings.
Reconciliation in Chicago: Three youth from our Back of the Yards Neighborhood share their stories of seizing opportunities for success.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled to strike down restrictions imposed by Texas on abortion clinics that the court said posed an "undue burden" on a woman's access to abortion.
Organizers for the Catholic Theological Society of America's annual conference had no idea their choices for the theme and location of the 2016 gathering would be so newsworthy.
NCR Today: If we Muslim Americans focused on three small objectives that are achievable for us both as individuals and as a community, I believe we can make a measurable difference.
Yerevan, Armenia -- Turkey's Deputy Prime Minister says pope’s talk of Armenian genocide is a "great disgrace" that reflects the "traces and all the reflexes of the Crusades."
NCR Today: The titular characters of Ridley Scott's 1991 film "Thelma and Louise" deserve our compassion, not our condemnation.