NCR Today: Vietnamese sisters improve care for disabled children; Ireland could be ripped apart by Trump and Brexit's new world order; Iraqi forces retake Mosul airport
NCR Today: Trump's new deportation rules a broad; looking in on the CPAC Conference; Jesus' messages in Islam; European differences on Amoris Laetitia; sacred sites violated.
You gotta read this. We've got to get to know the bishop of Parramatta, Australia, Vincent Long Van Nguyen, a lot better.
The Field Hospital: Archbishop removes longtime pastor from Anglican-tradition parish; Cincinnati archdiocese grapples with race; school voucher programs aid Milwaukee parishes; guide for Catholic wedding planning
The most important editorial Catholics should read this week comes from the pages of Commonweal under the headline: Of Popes & Trumpists: Who Drives Catholicism? It expresses exactly what I was thinking as I wrote the story Kansas crowd applauds Cardinal Burke's stump speech.
NCR Today: We need to do better. We need to be more open to the ideals our country has always stood for but not always embraced.
NCR Today: What can we do? We can hold a prayer vigil and press conference.
NCR Today: Australia's commission on sex abuse Catholic phase draws to close; Supreme Court to hear border slaying case; SNAP ponders its future; Migration is very much on church leaders' minds.
NCR Today: Michael Novak, RIP; World Meeting of Popular Movements; Women and finances in Mexico; Church Militant and Michael Voris.
A refugee family, sponsored by a Jesuit parish, was finally able to reach the United States after being stopped by President Donald Trump's executive order banning refugees from seven Muslim-majority nations.
The Cheikhos, a Kurdish Muslim family of eight from Syria, had been in Iraq as refugees for more than two years. They are being sponsored by Holy Trinity Parish in Washington, D.C.