A radical in issues of war and peace and labor and the distribution of wealth, Day was always a traditional Catholic, holding firmly to the rules of the church and especially intolerant of innovations in worship.
An estimated 800 people turned out in the priest's home village of Killimordaly in County Galway Jan. 22 to support Flannery, who had been forbidden to minister publicly since 2012.
Preview: I'm uncomfortable in crowded places, but put a microphone in my hand, and let me stand amid a band, and I will enjoy a crowd as big as you please.
NCR Today: Routine and responsibility of the office of the presidency do not seem to be enough to anchor Donald Trump's personal impulses.
Liteky, 85, who died Jan. 20 in a San Francisco hospital, was "an exceptional peace activist for our time because he had such credibility with the military."
Just Catholic: Unlike other seagoing ships, pirates only showed their true colors when close enough to attack. Remind you of the cardinals against Amoris Laetitia?
NCR and Global Sisters Report are following the Women's March on Washington and the other similar marches around the world today. Get the latest updates.
Distinctly Catholic: The inauguration ceremonies are completed: Donald Trump is now the President of the United States.
College round-up: Three Newman Guide-recommended colleges are offering graduate scholarships to alumni of fellow Newman Guide-recommended colleges in the field of psychology, law and business, for the 2017 school year.
Preview: Hunger levels are so severe in southern Madagascar that many in remote villages have eaten almost nothing but cactus fruit for up to four years.