NCR Today: Every kind act of my life always results in a crazy comedy of errors. Something inevitably goes wrong, but I simply can't help myself.
NCR Book Club: Brendan Walsh and Scott Schaeffer-Duffy bring us literate and uplifting books that combine reportage, spirituality and heartfelt revelations.
Conversations with Sr. Camille: When it comes to kindness and making a difference in people's lives, Ann Marie Dolphin's motto is "Do it today!"
GSR Preview: Sisters active in food justice are working so that everyone not only has enough to eat but also access to healthy choices.
Archbishop Sheen: The move will aid in the canonization process, in which the Peoria diocese has been promoting for more than 14 years.
Faith and Justice: A routine agenda item during the 2016 USCCB fall meeting turned out to be one of the most emotionally charged.
In an interview with NCR, Bishop Maurice Piat of Port-Louis, Mauritius, says 'Amoris Laetitia' gives bishops new work to do in accompanying the divorced and remarried.
NCR Book Club: Most people know the life story of Francis of Assisi, mystic, miracle worker, founder of the Franciscans and saint. At least, they think they know his story.
Electing a president and vice president from regions with high immigrant populations, the U.S. bishops' conference could be seen to be doubling down on the pledge to stand with immigrants and refugees.
The official theme for the Catholic Volunteer Network's National Conference on Faith-Based Service was "Justice Matters: Bringing Good News to Light." Unofficially, the theme morphed into post-election healing.