Five questions for NCR readers, to which I suspect and would wager the answers will be yes -- definitely yes.
Column: In recent decades, the relationship between church and labor has frayed for a variety of reasons. This was a mistake.
Book review: Beyond Apathy: A Theology for Bystanders makes the case that all Christians, wittingly or not, are often a silent party to violence.
Conversations with Sr. Camille: Through his "rewarding and humbling" blog, "The Deacon's Bench," Greg Kandra has been able to reach people worldwide.
30 years later: During those early years of our coverage, we would often get calls from abuse victims who simply needed someone to listen.
30 years later: A single issue of NCR eventually led to my starting an international movement of survivors of clergy abuse.
Women Today: All over the world, people are celebrating the 500th anniversary of St. Teresa of Avila's birth on March 28, 1515.
Young Voices: Every family is an idiosyncratic web of characters and influence, even the ones with both a loving mother and a loving father.
We say: People of faith who want to move beyond the horror and outrage caused by the Charleston shooting must learn two hard lessons.
Podcast: Even though she is in her early 70s, Servite Sr. Joyce Rupp is still sharing wisdom that touches Catholics and others. Take a listen.