Eco Catholic: Richmond Pond in Westport is just a stone's throw away from the mouth of Buzzards Bay where it meets Rhode Island Sound, both leading to the Atlantic Ocean.
Editorial: Marie Dennis, co-president of Pax Christi International, has long known that making peace requires not only new ways of acting, but also new ways of seeing and thinking.
The morning after the presidential election, still in shock, I delivered the news to our children. The candidate who spoke about people who are different in ways not allowed in our home had actually won. We talked about how we didn’t share his values, and that we could still work for the things we believed in.
Despite the imposing proximity of the wall separating Bethlehem from Israel, the Caritas Baby Hospital is a point of light for thousands of patients each year.
While prelates in Speyer and Freiburg see in Amoris Laetitia a path to the sacraments for the divorced, doctrinal chief Cardinal Müller reiterates no exceptions to Catholic marriage's indissolubility.
Christmas: For many years, Maryknoll Fr. Bob McCahill has been sending an annual letter to friends at Christmastime, chronicling his experience living among the people of Bangladesh.
NCR Today: Perhaps due to our Catholic upbringing, the era in which he happened to be born, my brother Tom seems to have been trapped at the edges of our family.
Conversations with Sr. Camille: The funeral business is often passed down through the generations, and for George Schwille, the work is an opportunity to serve.
The Nigerian Jesuit priest spoke to NCR about discrimination against women within the Catholic church, and the necessity to advance women's inclusion.
The longest serving woman in U.S. Congress is not seeking re-election, and it is hard to imagine Washington without her.