Eco Catholic: The reality of life without coal has become a pressing issue overdue for real discussion, said a West Virginia priest.
NCR Today: The effort to illuminate the darkness between faith and science is a critical mission for the church today.
As we approach the end of the liturgical year, the focus of our Sunday readings turns to the end times and to what is expected of those who claim to be faithful disciples of the living God. As disciples, we are expected to know and live out the covenant relationship that God has initiated and that we have accepted.
A new study finds the number of Catholics who agree that "homosexuality should be accepted by society" jumped from 58 percent to 70 percent.
At the Intersection: There is a place for people who are doing God's work outside of the institutional church, where they can seek truth.
The Field Hopsital: Thousands in Plymouth, Mich., view relics of St. Maria Goretti; Dioceses continue consolidation; Cenacle Legal Services joins Diocese of Venice, Fla., to provide legal services to working poor
NCR Today: A TV network hopes for a fright. The St. Louis archdiocese fears a farce.
NCR Today: The synod votes affirm the long-cherished process in the church that allows an individual to assert the primacy of conscience in decision-making.
Simply Spirit: Regarding divorced and remarried Catholics, if the church doesn't help people connect with God, what's the point?
Introducing "The Field Hospital," NCRonline's newest blog series, covering life in Catholic parishes across the United States.