United Nations to hold emergency meeting after suspected chemical attack in Syria
The Field Hospital: Immigration advocates want New York's shuttered churches for sanctuary; Anglican Catholic dispute resolved in San Antonio; LA churches build community with coffee shops.
NCR Today: There is no comprehensive strategy for this administration, and, as of now, the operation of this White House is at odds with the Trump campaign.
Movie review: A Holocaust film from a woman's perspective, it tells the true story of Antonina and Jan Zabinski, who saved Jews in Poland under Nazi occupation.
NCR Today: We have a long history and deep experience reporting on Catholic news. Our podcasts take advantage of that to explore the stories behind the stories.
Film review: A long but volatile friendship between two 19th-century artists is the subject of "Cézanne et moi," which asks what may have been.
Easter is a reminder that the church's founding event was first labeled "fake news" by Jesus' followers. Luke's Gospel says the women who discovered the empty tomb dashed off to tell the apostles but that "it seemed to them an idle tale, and they did not believe them." Only when the risen Christ shows up in their circle, as he does in that and other accounts, do they grasp the astonishing claim.
College roundup: Notre Dame to honor Fr. Gregory Boyle; Seton Hall U. gets first woman president; evangelization symposium at Benedictine College; Fontbonne students prepare for service day
NCR Today: Cardinal urges U.S. bishops to continue environmental fight; Israel to slow settlements in West Bank; James Carroll on the pope on populism.
The Field Hospital: Homebound ministry at 10; cards to the incarcerated; a parish for the deaf adds four programs; a new-tech kind of confessional; Doyle multimedia