Campus Notebook: Homelessness symposium at Seattle University; new president at Lewis U.; new free online database at Notre Dame; Duquesne U. students protest Chik-fil-A presence
NCR Today: A roundup of health care policy news; Wichita, Kansas, Diocese has 58 seminarians; Limerick, Ireland, will have no Masses or Communion on Tuesday; Aussie bishop stumps for Great Barrier Reef.
The Field Hospital: The Association of U.S. Catholic Priests criticizes treatment of homosexual persons in the Congregation for Clergy's recent document "The Gift of the Priestly Vocation."
NCR Today: Arkansas planned to execute eight people between April 17 and April 27, an unprecedented number, which has set off a flurry of lawsuits. Here's your daily update.
NCR Today: Trump seeks to meet with pope in May; Sisters in flood-ravaged Peru provide aid to residents; Four-way race in France's presidential election (April 23) baffles pollsters
NCR Today: Arkansas planned to execute eight people, April 17 and April 27, an unprecedented number, which has set off a flurry of lawsuits. Here's your daily update.
The Field Hospital: Movement tears apart Catholics in Guam already divided by sex abuse allegations; Trend flourishes in parishes "restoring" pre-Vatican II elements; Church in Hawaii grows
NCR Today: Cardinal DiNardo to meet Trump? Capital punishment under seige in Ohio, Arkansas; Texas and abortion; Sexual abuse in Belgium; Vermont church to hold synod.
The special delegate appointed to be Pope Francis' spokesman to the Knights of Malta has reportedly ordered the group's former leader not to participate in the election of his successor, which will be held in Rome at the end of the month.
Archbishop Angelo Becciu, who was appointed to his role in February following weeks of tension between the Vatican and the historic chivalric order, told former Grand Master Matthew Festing that his presence would "reopen wounds ... and would prevent the event from taking place in an atmosphere of peace."
NCR Today: Rev. Charles Booker is committed to having Bethesda Presbyterian Church, where he is pastor, be a sanctuary to immigrants and refugees fearing deportation.