Campus Notebook: A "Crusader" is too controversial today to remain mascot; 19-year-old is running company with new adhesive for medical devices; Ohio State University students fast in solidarity with Coalition of Immokalee Workers.
As civil liberties advocates in the U.S. criticize President Trump’s reference to “honor killings” in a new travel ban, saying it smears and targets Muslims, one Muslim member of the U.K.’s Parliament is acting on separate concerns that the phrase legitimizes rape and murder.
In January, Conservative Member of Parliament Nusrat Ghani proposed a bill in the House of Commons that would prohibit use of the term “honour killing” in official publications.
NCR Today: There's nothing like telling it like it is … at the seat of male ecclesial power.
Young Voices: My senior year of high school, I experienced a significant holy disruption to the bubble of white privilege in which I lived.
Retired Bishop James Moynihan, who served as the ninth bishop of the Diocese of Syracuse from 1995 to 2009, died March 6. He was 84.
NCR Today: My preoccupation with Trump's tweets is disturbing my own equilibrium.
Soul Seeing: My anxiety for our country deepens into heartache as I contemplate the executive order that targets Syrian refugees asking to resettle here.
Catholic Education: By offering innovative programs, Catholic school students in one of America’s poorest cities receive an education comparable to what their better-off neighbors receive.
Catholic Education: The Center for Peacemaking is an academic center that focuses on promoting peace and nonviolence in the community.
Distinctly Catholic: Steve Bannon, White House chief strategist, embraces a philosophy that does not allow room for moral agency, just the inexorable turns of cyclical fate.