A small c catholic: In our age of instant digital communication, are religious leaders providing easy-to-find information on gun violence that we can use to get involved?
KATRINA: AFTER THE FLOOD
By Gary Rivlin
Published by Simon and Schuster, $27
Conversations with Sr. Camille: "I've learned that although times change, the pope has changed with the times as well."
Devotion to divine mercy spurred Austrian Cardinal Christoph Schonborn to correspond with Richard Masterson, a death row inmate in Texas who could be put to death Jan. 20.
NCR Today: High drama at end of Iran prisoner swap; Pope Francis a not-so-clear, but very present danger; abortion number, rate both down; Tom Fox takes 'rewirement'
NCR Today: Tom Fox, longtime NCR leader and most recently publisher, looks back on 36 years as he moves on to what some might call 'retirement.'
Making a Difference: In his 2016 World Day of Peace message, Pope Francis expresses concerns about a "globalization of indifference."
Column: Students successfully protested to change the names of two campus buildings named after Jesuits involved in slavery. The author suggests new names: Jesuits Fr. Richard McSorley and Daniel Berrigan.
Grant Gallicho, formerly associate editor at the independent lay journal Commonweal, became Nov. 1 the new director of publications and media for the Chicago archdiocese.
Young Voices: A quirky priest, who died in December, had an inextinguishable light, whether guiding volunteers in Peru or contending with Shining Path terrorists.