Column: With the recent passing of Jesse Mann at age 94 in Washington, D.C., higher education lost a world-class professor of philosophy.
Making a Difference: Millions of workers must secretly and dangerously cross the border to fill vacant American jobs in order to support their families.
Reconciliation in Chicago: Positive delusion is a spirituality of hope -- that God can bring forth life from death (or from a life sentence).
Essay: I have come to understand that a wake is a version of a funeral Mass and that a funeral home is a church by another name.
NCR Today: I often think fondly of the priests and nuns who taught me during college -- but the memories of most of them are bittersweet.
Distinctly Catholic: We, of course, are former smokers. I began smoking as a freshman in college and, later, it was not uncommon to smoke two packs a day.
Reconciliation in Chicago: Three youth from our Back of the Yards Neighborhood share their stories of seizing opportunities for success.
Americans are divided on fundamental issues by political party, race, class and age, according to the Public Religion Research Institute and the Brookings Institution.
Conversations with Sr. Camille: Sr. Mary Mundy has been a pastoral associate for 23 years of her 52 years in religious life and says she cries every time she leaves a ministry.
Bishops of dioceses which themselves fell victim to mass shootings in recent years offered condolences and consolation to survivors and victim family members in the Orlando mass shooting.