NCR Today: A lot of the cause of violence in the United States and around the world is unemployment. There is plenty of work needing to be done.
At the Intersection: Should Christians’ personal interpretations of their faith influence their decisions when they are in positions of authority over others, and especially government authority?
NCR Today: What does hunger look like on World Food Day in 2015? Troubling global statistics prompted top nonprofits to launch a new national campaign: Vote to End Hunger.
Archbishop Robert J. Carlson of St. Louis wrote a "pastoral statement on immigration and mercy," and the statement was released on Oct. 12, the national Columbus Day holiday.
NCR Today: To worldwide surprise, including the recipients themselves, the 2015 Nobel Peace Prize has gone to the Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet.
A small c catholic: The way the United States creates its military needs to be changed. Our all-volunteer military system is unjust and encourages an inequitable social division.
Ames, Iowa -- Sir Fazle Hasan Abed of Bangladesh, recipient of the 2015 World Food Prize, delivered his first address of World Food Prize week at Iowa State University.
"We're going to have to draw a line. Are you Confederate, which stands for slavery, or are you Southern?"
Making a Difference: For the sake of our salvation, we need to pay serious attention, and act with purpose, to what Jesus teaches here in Matthew’s Gospel.
Muslim leaders and anti-bigotry activists are girding for a weekend of protests -- some billed as “open-carry events” -- by groups known for their anti-Muslim views.