The Trail of History: Deep psychological wounds hammer life in Cheyenne River today. The wounds are old, inflicted at a time when the Doctrine of Discovery dealt with America's "Indian problem."
The co-president of International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War hopes Pope Francis will call for the abolition of all nuclear weapons when he addresses Congress in September.
NCR Today: After 40 years of fruitless battles, Planned Parenthood and Catholic church leaders need to pledge to do at least one common project that puts women and babies first.
The Chicano Movement laid the foundation for today’s Latino political power, and August 29, 1970, stands out as a key turning point.
The national association for U.S. male religious has vowed more actions than words in taking up Pope Francis' global call for protecting the planetary home, hoping their recently passed resolution will lead not only to eco-conscious changes in their own congregations, but will serve as a model for other Catholic institutions.
COWARDICE: A BRIEF HISTORY
By Chris Walsh
Published by Princeton University Press, $27.95
From Where I Stand: In late June, John Kerry, six Americans from the Global Peace Initiative of Women and I were all working on behalf of peace, just at different levels.
A U.S. magistrate judge is deciding whether Inocente Orlando Montano will be extradited to Spain, for prosecution for one of the most shocking crimes in El Salvador’s civil war.
Preview: A federal judge ordered the release of children and their parents from immigration detention centers "without unnecessary delay" and gave immigration officials two months to comply.
Editorial: Despite the salutary outcome of the LCWR investigation and the earlier investigation of U.S. women religious generally, several institutional realities regarding the Vatican's attitudes toward women remain unchanged.