Movie review: From the earliest moments of the film "Arrival," the audience is haunted by a question: If you could change the past, would you?
The Field Hospital: At St. Anne, participants reflected upon issues such as immigration, the economy, prejudice and poorly run government, with prayers interspersed by Pope Francis' words.
The Field Hospital: Wisconsin parishes visit Belize; San Francisco Catholics march for immigrants, peace; grant to fund young adult outreach; gay grandson can't sing at funeral.
Take and Read: When Emil Fackenheim asked this question of philosophy after the Holocaust, I thought it was the first real question I had heard in my graduate studies.
Loretto Sr. Carina Vetter, who died last year in her 90s, made a little prayer card some years back that read, "When the power of love overcomes the love of power, the world will know peace."
Commentary: Trump's pick for ambassador to Israel has set off alarm bells within the Jewish-American community, the U.S. diplomatic community, Israel, and the Arab and Muslim worlds.
Sometimes, we get involved in arguments that seem (to me, at least) downright silly. And one of these is about whether to say "Merry Christmas" or "Happy holidays" to family, friends and co-workers at this time of the year.
As someone who hosts an interfaith radio show and works with several people who are Jewish, Muslim or agnostic and welcomes guests who represent the full panoply of faith traditions, it's easy to decide which to use.
Rome: Pope Francis has created a new Vatican commission to investigate the recent decision of the head of the Knights of Malta.
NCR Today: Welcoming the Prince of Peace into our homes this year will be difficult for many of us as we ponder the deep divisions that plague us.
The Field Hospital: Parishioner shares childhood memories of serving the homeless; Vietnam vet is mainstay of Texas parish; Portland archbishop’s bilingual homily supports immigrants