Reconciliation in Chicago: A summer program takes Chicago youth to St. Joseph's College, where they try out sculpture and experience the outdoors.
NCR Today: Prep for tonight's Democratic convention; Church news in Australia, Korea, Philippines and India; Archbishop Myers' long goodbye.
Hispanic Catholics, a rapidly growing segment in the church, favor Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump as president by more than a 3-to-1 margin, according to the Pew Research Center.
NCR Today: Consumers of news broadcasts are likely to identify him as the alleged mastermind behind last week's failed coup in Turkey.
Commentary: Calling for the repeal of the Hyde and Helms amendment runs counter to the will of the American people and discounts religious beliefs.
NCR Today: What have we seen that suggests we may be heading in the right direction? I believe the most hopeful sign is a generational one.
By many accounts, it’s a fascinating book -- with strong religious and political implications. It has gotten rave reviews from both academics and media outlets like The New York Times. (The NCR review is coming soon.) I’m talking about The End of White Christian America by Robert P. Jones.
NCR Today: On Facebook a friend posted, "We just have to love harder." It takes my breath away. How do I love harder?
What's a contemplative nun? The answers are as diverse the communities they inhabit. They meet the world’s profound needs through prayer.
NCR Today: Contemplative nuns get new marching orders; Trump accepts Republican nomination; Young sisters reflect on their vocations.