In a 2005 NCR editorial, we wrote: "Certainly, the Dorothy Stangs from America are fewer now. Where once there were many hundreds, there are now but a few score, a few dozen."
After years of criticizing Catholic colleges and universities for alleged secularization, the founder of the Cardinal Newman Society claimed to see the secular trend reversing, during a recent forum.
Updated Campus Notebook: Saint Joseph’s College announced on Feb. 3 it will temporarily close June 1 due to severe debt.
Young Voices: The thread that ties my heroes together is their persistence. There is something that gets me about people who refuse to give up, even in the most ridiculous circumstances.
My Table Is Spread: Long ago, my husband's immigrant grandfather endured suspicion. His stories mirror the reality that today's U.S. immigrants face every day.
NCR Today: As the Circle Line Manhattan headed for the dock, a boy on board noticed an outline moving across the water's surface in the Upper Bay.
Parish Diary: Donald Trump is a "scandal" in the literal sense of the word — a stumbling block. He impedes our own proclamation of the good news of Jesus Christ.
At the Intersection: I've been thinking a lot lately about hatred. Though it's contrary to my religious beliefs, I do hold hatred for a select few people.
Campus Notebook: A Students for Justice in Palestine chapter was denied approval by Fordham University's student government because of "political goals."
Volunteers: Being in the Ignatian Volunteer Corps means having connections that direct particular skills to nonprofit agencies who can use them.