NCR Today: Body cameras are a useful tool, but they won't solve the problems of police bias and citizen mistrust.
Grace on the Margins: The pope's meeting with Bishop Fellay shows us who among "dissenting" Catholics is worthy to encounter Francis, and who is not.
CHARITY DETOX: WHAT CHARITY WOULD LOOK LIKE IF WE CARED ABOUT RESULTS
By Robert D. Lupton
Published by HarperOne, 208 pages, $24.99
Analysis: Catholic institutions battling the National Labor Relations Board's jurisdiction is not a valid exercise of religious liberty.
GSR Preview: The results of the recent U.S. presidential primaries are a wake-up call: Our political system no longer works.
Appreciation: The soul of Fr. Ed Hays took form in his drawings, paintings and writings.
Fr. Edward Hays, a priest of the Kansas City, Kan., archdiocese, died April 3 at St. Luke's Hospice Care in Kansas City, Mo.
GSR Preview: Part one of a four-part series examining mass incarceration in the United States.
On what was to be, unpredictably, the last day of his life in mid-February, Antonin Scalia did have death on his mind. At least not his own. The Supreme Court justice, 79, had come by private plane to Cibolo Creek Ranch, a remote luxury game preserve in West Texas near the Mexican border that is a haven for the moneyed class. Lodging tops out at $800 a night.
Take and Read: Fr. Greg Boyle brings spiritual wisdom to his stories of the slow work of God.