Catholics must "condemn unequivocally" anti-Muslim prejudice in the United States, San Diego Bishop Robert McElroy told a national meeting of Muslims and Catholics March 8.
At this year's Voices of Faith, Jesuit Fr. Arturo Sosa Abascal said the Catholic church should recognize that women still do not have a full participatory role.
NCR Today: Students for Justice in Palestine chapters, along with other concerned students, have faced bans on expression, discipline for protests, and other administrative actions.
My Table Is Spread: Fairy tales tell us that this "Real Housewives of the Apocalypse -- Kansas" will end just as badly, or worse, than whatever is ending outside.
A "Dreamer" was detained by ICE agents immediately after speaking at a news conference March 1 at City Hall in Jackson, Miss., where advocates gathered to express their concerns about recent immigration raids.
Federal judges may find the President Donald Trump’s new executive order on immigration more acceptable than the last.
But many religious groups and faith leaders see no meaningful difference in the new measure, which Trump signed privately March 6.
"Make no mistake, this is the Muslim ban that President Trump and his aides have been promising," Farhana Khera, president of Muslim Advocates, said in a statement. "The administration is just rearranging the chairs at the same table."
Faith and Justice: A Q&A with Fr. Michael Czerny, undersecretary of the Vatican's new Section for Migrants and Refugees, reporting directly to Pope Francis.
We say: The bishops in the crowd that met in the California high school showed what the “accompaniment” so often advocated by Francis actually looks like.
Efforts have fallen short to procedurally "blast" a bill to end the death penalty onto Montana's House floor for full consideration, after a March 1 deadline passed.
A quiet movement is underway to reaffirm the central role of active nonviolence practiced by Jesus, as told in the Gospels, and to bring that teaching to a new generation of Catholics.
Initiated by Pax Christi International, the global Catholic peace movement founded after World War II to reconcile French and German citizens, the effort and its promoters ultimately hope to see widespread use of nonviolent responses to aggression.