NCR Today: Trump's detention policies are under scrutiny. But "prevention through deterrence" began with Clinton and continued under Bush and Obama. It's U.S. policy.
The Jesuits are returning more than 500 acres in South Dakota to the Rosebud Sioux. The formal return of the property is expected to be complete sometime in May.
An oversight financial board filed paperwork May 3 to protect the U.S. territory from creditors, allowing Puerto Rico to begin to restructure its $72 billion debt.
New Jersey’s faith leaders vow to stand alongside those targeted under the White House agenda — and build their own wall of resistance to President Trump's policies.
New Ways Ministry, the 40-year-old advocacy group for LGBT Catholics, held its eighth national symposium in Chicago April 28-30 and highlighted a sense of optimism under the leadership of Pope Francis.
South Arlington, Virginia -- The diocesan Catholic Charities, the Legal Aid Justice Center, and Ayuda held the recent consultation clinic on a Saturday in an elementary school library.
The Oklahoma Death Penalty Review Commission recommended that a moratorium on the death penalty be extended. Not all Oklahomans are on board.
Kansas City, Missouri -- Hundreds from religious groups, civil rights and immigrants' rights groups, and social justice activists joined labor activists for a demonstration of solidarity.
NCR Today: There have been times in history when faith and science have been at odds. No more, as of April 29.
We live in a time of many profound disconnects. Outdated political and economic systems and modes of thought and action no longer serve the common good.