The Field Hospital: Ministry to the homeless, the deaf, Native Americans in Colorado; remembering closed parishes in New Orleans; celebrating reopened parishes in Cleveland.
NCR Today: The building has been the subject of heated controversy once Kansas City’s former Bishop Robert Finn began working with developers to construct a faith-based dormitory in its place.
During this season of Lent, Celebration formation writer Gabe Huck reflects on what the Gospel calls us to do: seek the truth and justice in and outside of the church. Read the full formation article from the March 2017 Celebration issue on CelebrationPublications.org
Bishop Thomas Tobin responds to NCR Young Voices column: All of these reasons so often cited for dropping out of the church — are they reasons or just convenient excuses?
NCR Archives: Italian-Americans across the U.S. celebrate a centuries-old tradition on the feast day of St. Joseph every March.
The Field Hospital: Following his remarriage, Gerard Weigel is now prohibited from performing sacramental ministry as well as bringing Communion to the sick and reading at Mass.
The Field Hospital: More parishes are coming out with action plans for immigrants; remembering Fr. Weinmann and Sr. McLaughlin; feeding the hungry; knowing the seriously ill are marginalized, too.
The Field Hospital: One icy weekend at St. Charles Borromeo in Portland, Ore., aptly showed the parish's multicultural community, with its sorrows and joys.
The Field Hospital: Parishes meet needs of immigrants afraid of deportation; Catholic life in liberal Seattle; Youngstown missing $160,000; Holy Rosary Church of Richmond's rich history
The Field Hospital: After presiding at the funerals of "too many" infants, Fr. Gus Puleo of St. Patrick Church started a program to help with immigrants' health concerns.