NCR and Global Sisters Report are following the Women's March on Washington and the other similar marches around the world today. Get the latest updates.
The bishops' conference hopes to collaborate with the new administration on comprehensive immigration reform. The bishops have no formal stance on President Donald Trump's proposed border wall.
We say: We must dig deep into our Catholic social teachings to re-establish our foundations. We must stand with the working class, the elderly, children and the poor.
Young Voices: I am empowered to let the death of the past overcome me so that the newness of resurrection can jar me out of the resentment, pain and suffering of what could have been.
NCR Book Club: Fair's spare memoir of his time as a contractor in Iraq conveys his bewilderment, his fumbling through life, his fight to retain his principles.
NCR Today: Ricky Gray, scheduled for execution by lethal injection tonight, lost a chance at reprieve yesterday when Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe denied Gray's clemency petition.
He kept up the Catholic routine, but his heart wasn't in it. Then he headed out on a faith journey he recounts in Pilgrimage: My Search for the Real Pope Francis.
NCR Today: The day after the inauguration, we will march, and in so doing will also be standing with the water protectors at Standing Rock and in Flint, Mich.
Church and labor leaders, including Bishop Robert McElroy and Cardinal Sean O'Malley, discussed consumerism, workers' rights and other issues at the conference "Erroneous Autonomy: The Dignity of Work."
Viewpoint: How many days of 2015 were there no police shootings of unarmed men, women and children? How do we build the "world house" King once envisioned?