Take and Read: For a graduate student immediately after the Second Vatican Council, Friedrich Schleiermacher offered promising theological paths.
Commentary: The documentary "Daze of Justice" traces the return of Khmer Rouge survivors back to Phnom Penh, to testify against former officers charged with crimes against humanity.
Movie Review: "The Mermaid" offers a hopeful utopian vision in response to China's ecological apocalypse.
Viewpoint: Couldn't Catholic America come up with programming that deals with the challenges of Pope Francis, programming that appeals beyond nostalgia and intellectual isolation?
Movie Review: "The Angry Birds Movie" is fun if you like anthropomorphic animation, bathroom humor, puns, and explosions, but it could use a smarter story.
True happiness exists in the love of faith, family and fresh guacamole, comedian Jim Gaffigan and his wife and writing partner, Jeannie, told graduates.
Pope Francis has rebranded the Catholic Church and the papacy, and the media have taken notice. That was the message delivered by Basilian Fr. Thomas Rosica.
Distinctly Catholic: If you are looking for a book that gives a concise and well organized exposition of what Pope Francis has said about economic matters, this is it.
Take and Read: St. Augustine's churning, restless ponderings swept me through the narrative, but my truest point of encounter was yet to come.
NCR Today: The spectrum of relationships in "Mothers and Daughters" offers a marvelous view of the reality and struggle of human lives.