Viewpoint: The seventh annual Catholic Conversation Project focused on the family with a view toward the forthcoming synod in Rome.
NCR Today: Recently I got pulled over for speeding. While questioning me, the patrolman spotted a paper sticking out of my purse. He asked, “Is that about the police?”
Preview: Homemade granola and a bilingual greeting welcomed the Nuns on the Bus on their second stop in a 13-city tour of the U.S. centered on bridging divides.
5 minutes with Francis: The first response to the question: If you managed to meet up with Pope Francis during his U.S. visit -- what would you say to him?
The Archdiocese of Washington announced the outdoor event on Thursday, Sept. 10, the only venue where the general public in the Washington area will get a glimpse of the highly popular pontiff, who will visit the U.S. Sept. 22-27.
Some 500 Catholic activists from around the globe will converge on Philadelphia for a conference to press for women's rights in the church -- one week before Pope Francis arrives.
Preview: Being Sister Tracy calls me to something challenging and extraordinary. People often trust me with honest conversations. I offer two of them to you.
NCR Today: After Pope Francis announced that priests will be empowered to absolve women from “the sin of abortion" during the holy year, several critiques of Francis' words were published.
Preview: As the Nuns on the Bus tour bus rolled onto St. Louis' Kiener Plaza on Thursday, a crowd of about 70 people -- many women religious -- cheered.
NCR Today: If you had five minutes with Pope Francis, what would you would you tell him? We want to hear what you think.