Editorial: The opening of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture justifies hope that our better angels will ultimately prevail.
Bishop Robert McElroy said the Catholic community was saddened by the shooting death of Alfred Olango of El Cajon during a confrontation with police officers Sept. 27.
NCR Today: Major opposition has developed to the construction of an oil pipeline near the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation in North Dakota, but I don't see much support from the Catholic community.
A small c catholic: The deathbed volunteer work lots of us did in the early days has given way to bingo, but the call to compassion worldwide remains.
Making a Difference: "Negotiations could be successful if there is goodwill," says Bishop Shomali -- but the U.S. needs to stop blocking the way.
Bishop Peter Jugis called on the Charlotte diocese to pray after two nights of violence following the fatal police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott, an African-American.
The Field Hospital: More than 200 people have registered to make a muscular public commitment to "active nonviolence and just peace" on Saturday, Sept. 24, in Burien, Wash.
Thousands marched on Sept. 21 to protest the extrajudicial killings under President Duterte and the 1972 establishment of martial law under the Marcos regime.
Obituary: The Iowa priest was a former executive director of the Catholic Campaign for Human Development and devised the "Two Feet of Social Justice" model.
New series "Making Peace": As we live through, in Pope Francis' words, 'a third world war in pieces,' what is the ordinary Catholic to do?