Take and Read: Centuries after the Emmaus journey, the decrees of the Second Vatican Council generated many changes that elicited a wide variety of reactions.
This morning’s Baltimore Sun had a powerful editorial written by an Egyptian immigrant, Amgad Naguib. I believe it should be read by every voter before going into the polls.
Morning Briefing: Free tuition; Guam gets trial set; Bishop McElroy to young voters; US bishops' agenda needs more Francis factor; Standing Rock and Native American beliefs, "Hacksaw Ridge"; and Horizons on GSR.
NCR Today: The Latino vote was indispensable in the election of Obama in 2008 and 2012. I have no doubt that it will provide the edge for the winner again.
Film Review: Mel Gibson's new film, despite its excessive violence, reaches the level of art.
NCR Today: It would be easy to write up 95-plus reasons why it's discriminatory and downright silly and embarrassing to deny women an equal place.
The Field Hospital: St. Elizabeth Parish partners with the Center for Exchange and Solidarity in San Salvador to fund scholarships with a community bent.
Tom Gallagher, a contributor to NCR since 2009 and lead writer of our Mission Management feature, has been appointed the chief executive officer of the Religion News Foundation and publisher its subsidiary, Religion News Service.
NCR Today: All Soul's Day; impact of immigrant church; China priests' fears over Vatican olive branch; hospice chaplain reflects on life, death
The Field Hospital: A look at a Park Avenue parish; reaching out to domestic abuse victims; black Catholics back sainthood causes.