NCR Today: Republicans, backed by Donald Trump, and Democrats alike appear determined to recognize Israeli expansionism and its annexation of lands seized by military force.
Faith and Justice: What happens if, with regards to Donald Trump, "what you see is what you get"? What if he is incapable of becoming a disciplined, focused president?
From Where I Stand: Party politics do not explain how and why our national electorate voted the way it did for the highest office in the land.
The 115th Congress convenes: The United States Congress is about as Christian today as it was in the early 1960s, according to a new analysis by Pew Research Center.
Distinctly Catholic: Having one party in control of both the legislative and executive branches is not an oddity, but two things are different this year.
NCR Today: Those who are concerned about the results of this election need to consider involving themselves in the political process starting at the local level.
Distinctly Catholic: Looking ahead to 2017, thinking about what stories will emerge, may seem like a fool's errand, but I will point out some key issues we'll be covering.
NCR Today: Muslims discuss fears and hopes for the future under a Trump presidency on the "Interfaith Voices" radio program.
Postelection messages from Catholic leaders: Bishops across the country are encouraging parishioners to put aside their differences and work for the common good as President-elect Donald J. Trump prepared for his Jan. 20 inauguration.
Obama administration ends the National Security Exit-Entry Registration System (NSEERS): In late December, weeks before his administration comes to a close, Obama announced that the program was ending under his watch. Catholic organizations and other faith groups say they are happy with the Obama administration's last-minute decision to end a type of national Muslim registry.