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.
Washington: The task force will help bishops engage directly in challenging problems highlighted by the racial problems following recent shootings.
Baton Rouge Bishop Robert Muench renewed a call for a diocesan-wide week of prayer, fasting and reflection after the city's latest fatal shootings left three officers dead.
GSR Preview: The negative impacts of America's policy choices on people who are struggling are clear in every state where the Nuns on the Bus have visited so far.
Retired Bishop John Ricard says black Catholic leaders are looking for ways to address the violence and racism that were on full display during the early July shootings.
Manifestations of anti-Semitism must be challenged, but we must also defend human rights and work for peace.
Editorial: Cluster bombs are indiscriminate and endanger innocent civilians for an indeterminate period. They kill and maim long after they have been deployed.
NCR Today: Religious leaders announced this morning a statewide tour to end the death penalty at First United Methodist Church in Omaha.
Essay: Nearly 100 years ago, during World War I, Ben Salmon, who opposed war and the theory of just war, refused to cooperate in a draft questionnaire.
Young Voices: After last week's tragedies, contending with systemic racism is crucial, but our systems are a collective reflection of who we are as individuals.