NCR Today: If the legislation passes, the most populous U.S. state would say it does not support the Trump administration's threat to deport some 11 million undocumented immigrants.
Arkansas executed Kenneth Williams April 27, making him the fourth person to be executed by the state in 8 days; concerns over lethal injection protocol raised after conflicting reports.
Campus Notebook: New presidents announced for Gwynedd Mercy University and Fairfield University; Students for Justice in Palestine did not get club status at Fordham University; Ignatian Solidarity Network honors Trinity Washington University president.
The Field Hospital: In unincorporated Denver, a mission church with a history of serving the working-class Latino community will celebrate its final Mass on April 30, 2017.
Today marks the final day in Arkansas' original plan to execute eight men in 11 days. Kenneth Williams is scheduled for execution April 27 at 7 p.m. CST.
NCR Today: Pope Francis did a TED talk; women religious against Thailand's sex tourism; France looks ahead to election; Brexit fallout continues; Venezuela in chaos
The Field Hospital: Parishioners' Kahie Project enlists bone marrow donors; St. Vincent de Paul Community Pharmacy distributes prescriptions to needy; Portland school to host TOPSoccer event.
The Ohio Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit voted on April 25 for a rehearing on a previous ruling regarding the state’s lethal injection protocol. Earlier this month, a three-judge panel from the same court voted to uphold an order barring the use of midazolam.
Three more Catholic colleges have joined a rolling series of nationwide protests against fast-food chain Wendy’s.
There are instances when people of faith must not remain silent — times when we are called to stand in the public square and lift up our voices.