Take and Read: Un tal Jesús foregrounds Jesus' humanness and his vision of the reign of God, with Latin American village life woven into the narrative world.
NCR Today: The new Vatican commission studying the possibility of allowing women to serve as deacons in the church will be meeting in Rome Nov. 25-26.
NCR Today: Cartoons in Morning Briefing; Haitians head to polls; Detroit convenes synod today; New cardinals added this weekend; Obama, Trump, China capture attention at trans-Pacific confab in Peru
The Field Hospital: Study showed Connecticut led the nation with a 10-percent drop in self-identifying Catholics over seven years. NCR asked leaders and scholars why.
NCR Today: Reaching out to Latino and Hispanic Catholics, Pope Francis said varied languages and cultural traditions "have shaped the changing face of the American Church."
National Bishops Conference elects first Hispanic vice president
The Field Hospital: Breaking the silence around domestic abuse; a megachurch for Catholics for a change; Boston group starting its own parish; a look inside another closing.
Statement on racism: "We have failed our black and brown brothers and sisters."
NCR Today: I was wrong and I confess it. I had predicted a strong Clinton victory in the election, largely promoted by the Latino vote.
The official theme for the Catholic Volunteer Network's National Conference on Faith-Based Service was "Justice Matters: Bringing Good News to Light." Unofficially, the theme morphed into post-election healing.