NCR Today: SNAP denies kickback charges; First nun in Samburu tribe opens choice for Kenyan girls; Public figures call for biggest ever UK protest to oppose Trump visit
NCR Today: The foreign policy coming out of this White House is heading in an entirely different direction than anything we have seen since the end of World War II.
Organizers of the first National Symposium on the Life of the Religious Brother are casting a wide net, inviting not just brothers, but all people — women religious, lay people, priests and deacons — to join a discussion about the life and mission of religious brothers in the Catholic church today.
The Field Hospital: Archbishop Cordileone led prayers for a man beaten to death Jan. 5; teachers help save student; mother of four advocates for the terminally ill
NCR Today: Programs like the Barbara Ford Peace Center and SEGAMIL cannot address Guatemala's larger structural problems, but their life-transforming work does foster local development and save lives.
NCR Today: Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch -- who is he, where would he fit on the court, and what are his political views?
NCR Today: Clohessy departs from SNAP; Catholic groups ask Trump to uphold dignity of life; Trump's refugee ban; Evangelicals speak out against Betsy DeVos
NCR Today: Trump's executive order limiting refugees from seven countries violates our deeply held American beliefs as well as the basic tenets of the Gospel.
NCR Today: Response to Trump's refugee ban is swift and fierce; Amoris Laetitia stirring things up; Capitalizing on Women's Marches; Remembering Bernard Lonergan.
NCR Today: A joint letter to Trump and congressional leaders voiced concern for "the refugee, the mother at risk, the unborn child" and others, as well as climate change.