As tensions boiled over following a string of killings of black men, the lingering pain of racism in America has once again been brought to the forefront.
Viewpoint: The vision emerging from the Nonviolence and Just Peace conference is a new and bold commitment to Jesus' nonviolence.
Defying hierarchical ban, Iowa community invites excommunicated speakers to its 40th anniversary, but others ask: What would Dorothy Day do?
New Mexico's Catholic bishops oppose Republican Gov. Susana Martinez's plan to reinstate the death penalty and called on the Legislature to reject it.
NCR Editorial: Catholics have found practical, workable solutions to the violence that plagues our world. Now is the time to make peacemaking a primary ministry of the Catholic church.
Column: "With Beyond Meat, we have a chance to transform not just diets but also what happens to our ecosystem or to animals."
NCR Today: Despite major overhauls of the welfare system since the original poll, many Americans continue to be suspicious of the effectiveness of antipoverty programs.
NCR Today: "People weren't consulted in the building or use of these horrific weapons. It was all very secret and very contained."
Making a Difference. Worldwide the refugee population has swelled to more than 65 million -- four times what it was a decade ago.
In St. Louis Monday, Belleville, Ill., Bishop Edward Braxton discussed the Black Lives Matter movement and his two pastoral letters on racial matters.