NCR Today: What exactly is "academic freedom," and why do professors defend it so zealously?
Scholars gathered at the University of Notre Dame to re-examine the concept called "academic freedom," and determine how it could and should operate at Catholic colleges and universities.
Reader’s Retrospective: Fr. Dan Danielson isn't entirely sure when he started reading the National Catholic Reporter, only that it was early in his priesthood.
Reader's Retrospective: "I always wanted to be a priest, even now, but the church discriminates against people who are married," said Paul Schubert.
NCR Today: Editorial on US church's leadership transition; Mass shooting in San Bernardino; Texas sues to block Syrian refugees; pope visits a mosque; and more
GSR Preview: The student debt situation is a crisis for the country and the church, but it's also easily fixable.
Column: The theme at a recent conference at Loyola University Chicago on women and the church since Vatican II put the question front and center.
Reader's Retrospective: Mary Agnes Trauscht and her future husband, Bob met in 1946 while attending adjoining Catholic colleges in Winona, Minn.
Just Catholic: I think it is a serious misstep on the part of the powers-that-be to assume that a) everybody knows what went on at the synod; b) anybody cares.
THE TASTE OF SILENCE: HOW I CAME TO BE AT HOME WITH MYSELF
By Bieke Vandekerckhove
Published by Liturgical Press, $17.95
At the age of 19, Bieke Vandekerckhove was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). Learning that the progressive neurodegenerative disease would end with her death in two to five years, Vandekerckhove tried to make peace with herself and her God.