TED 2017: While searching for a connection today often means looking for Wi-Fi, Pope Francis said real connections between people are the only hope for the future.
New television series: National Geographic Channel's first scripted series, "Genius," begins April 25 and is about the life of Albert Einstein, whose brilliance shines from the screen.
Fascination abounds on TV and in movies, games and books for the Middle Ages — whose very name conveys a sort of halfway house between antiquity and modernity.
Movie review: Known for "Hotel Rwanda," director and co-writer Terry George turns to the Armenian genocide in "The Promise," with themes that resonate a century later.
Prompted to write after Sandy Hook, Jason Odell Williams has taken his play to NYC, and he hopes to get it across the country -- "in all the purple states."
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.