New study shows a quarter of U.S. adults do not affiliate with any religion; the so-called "nones" are growing, but the group is not voting.
Distinctly Catholic: Since the close of the convention, Clinton has done, yet again, what she did in 2008 and almost did during the primaries this year: squander what should have been an insurmountable lead.
Just Catholic: Nobody really wants to vote for either presidential candidate. It may come down to voting for vice president. Of course, that is not how U.S. elections work.
Distinctly Catholic: With his new book, The End of White Christian America, Robert P. Jones establishes himself in the top ranks of public intellectuals on the American left.
NCR Today: The seemingly indiscriminate hacking of emails of public officials for entertainment or humiliation deserves universal condemnation.
Election 2016: In addition to electing a president in November, voters will be selecting a new Congress, and those races are looking increasingly interesting.
Georgetown University's third season of Initiative on Catholic Social Thought and Public Life talks started with a discussion about the uniqueness of this year's presidential campaign.
Asked whom they would vote for if the election were held today, 61 percent of Jewish adults said Clinton, and 19 percent picked GOP nominee Trump in the American Jewish Committee survey.
NCR Today: In the presidential campaign so far, including recent forums, there's been little mention of the dearth of actual military policy content.
NCR Today: Days after the vice presidential candidate expressed hope that the church may someday alter its teachings toward same-sex marriage, several bishops are saying not so fast.