NCR Today: U.S. Catholic bishops could do more to promote the common good -- especially important as Catholics begin their pilgrimage to Washington for the March for Life.
NCR Today: I, like most NCR readers, do indeed "hunger and thirst" for justice. But we have a lot of "hungering and thirsting" work ahead of us.
NCR Today: As her trial in Minneapolis comes to a close, Kathy Kelly reflects on Black Lives Matter and what makes an action criminal.
NCR Today: Gray's attorneys say that after witnessing his execution and carefully reviewing facts, there is grave concern the execution caused suffering inconsistent with Gray's constitutional rights.
Despite last-minute scheduling of a large Women's March shortly after the 13th annual Walk for Life West Coast, thousands of pro-life supporters gathered and walked Jan. 21 in San Francisco.
Distinctly Catholic: The Women's March was larger than expected, and it was clear from reports, especially from Global Sisters Report, that the marchers were there for a variety of reasons.
NCR Today: The Trump administration's statement establishes an alternative universe where crime is on the rise in a "dangerous anti-police atmosphere."
Liteky, 85, who died Jan. 20 in a San Francisco hospital, was "an exceptional peace activist for our time because he had such credibility with the military."
Catholic women made sure their voices were heard among the millions who gathered at marches and rallies across the U.S. and around the world Jan. 21.
NCR and Global Sisters Report are following the Women's March on Washington and the other similar marches around the world today. Get the latest updates.