NCR In Conversation: NCR and GSR editors discuss the church's role in healing from the Rwandan genocide, then an interview with GSR Africa correspondent Melanie Lidman.
TV review: PBS's documentary series shows how this very contemporary war from a century ago paved the way for America today.
NCR Today: So I never thought I'd be writing a review of a Smurfs movie for the National Catholic Reporter. But here goes.
Special feature with video: Catholic musician Audrey Assad says she has used her platform as a musician "for the deliverance and aid of the Syrian population."
NCR Today: Today we present the exclusive world premiere of "Oh Mercy" by Catholic recording artists Matt Maher and Audrey Assad.
Sr. Rose Pacatte, NCR’s own film critic, received an Award of Merit from the interreligious Religion Communicators Council for her appearance in hosting the Turner Classic Movies' series "Condemned" last March.
Movie review: A Holocaust film from a woman's perspective, it tells the true story of Antonina and Jan Zabinski, who saved Jews in Poland under Nazi occupation.
NCR Today: We have a long history and deep experience reporting on Catholic news. Our podcasts take advantage of that to explore the stories behind the stories.
Film review: A long but volatile friendship between two 19th-century artists is the subject of "Cézanne et moi," which asks what may have been.
At the Intersection: Lela Aisha Jones and Vershawn Sanders-Ward dance what I try to articulate in words: reflections on the intersections of race, womanhood, history and trauma.