Young Voices: I wonder how the country might change if we Christians doubled down on our Lenten observance this year, inspired by the radical love poured out on the cross.
Students that are recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program face an uncertain future, and Catholic colleges face questions of support and sanctuary.
Eco Catholic: Two letters from 100-plus Catholic leaders urged the Trump administration to continue the Clean Power Plan and U.S. involvement in the Paris Agreement, Green Climate Fund.
The specter of Donald Trump's one-month presidency hung over a Feb. 21 seminar on racism and religious faith here sponsored by Fordham University's Center on Religion and Culture.
NCR Today: We need to do better. We need to be more open to the ideals our country has always stood for but not always embraced.
Viewpoint: Three University of Notre Dame students weigh in on El Salvador's proposed legislation to increase penalties for women seeking abortions from eight years up to 50.
NCR Today: What can we do? We can hold a prayer vigil and press conference.
World Meeting of Popular Movements: The call from Bishop Robert McElroy came in response to core aspects of President Donald Trumps' early agenda.
Fast-food workers rallied Feb. 16 in front of a Hardee's in Kansas City, Mo., to celebrate the withdrawal of CKE Restaurants CEO Andrew Puzder's nomination for secretary of labor.
The former U.S. religious freedom ambassador told a congressional subcommittee that leaked language of a proposed presidential executive order on religious liberty could cause "constitutional problems."
“I think it raises very serious equal protection issues,” said Rabbi David Saperstein, who recently ended his tenure at the U.S. State Department.