NCR Today: We will be turning off the comments system for the holiday weekend.
As a Kentucky county clerk who refused to issue marriage licenses to gay couples sits in jail, a gay couple received a license from a deputy Rowan County clerk Friday.
Although I don’t agree with her decision, I must admit that I have a moderate level of admiration for Kim Davis, who went to jail rather than issue marriages licenses to same-sex couples.
David Clohessy has reached an out-of-court settlement related to allegations of sexual abuse by a Missouri diocesan priest first brought forward more than 25 years ago.
The Trail of History: The Doctrine of Discovery originated from a series of papal bulls issued in the era following the Crusades.
During a virtual town hall with Americans, Pope Francis asked a young girl to sing him a song, and what she sang couldn’t have been more appropriate.
NCR Today: Recent social justice movements are essentially leaderless. While organizers generously shoulder the work, they shoulder it together and they take the credit together.
Young Voices: Catholics should pay closer attention to the paychecks of people who work at their parishes. In fact, the future of the church may depend on it.
Kim Davis was found in contempt of court Sept. 3 for her refusal to issue marriage licenses in wake of the Supreme Court decision to allow gays to wed.
Simply Spirit: A friend sent me this story about her five-year-old daughter Olive. For kindergarten homework, Olive was assigned to draw pictures of things that begin with the letter "G."