Both our faith and our citizenship call us to protect those whom others would want to separate out by marking them as different, as other, as somehow inferior.
NCR Today: We are entering into dangerous grounds and Americans who cherish our civil and constitutional liberties have got to be vigilant.
Commentary: My hope is you will hear my pain and rage, and that I have a big enough heart to listen to you.
Commentary: Why did Catholic "deplorables" support the Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump? The mainstream media, including progressive Catholics, think we are — like President-elect Trump — intolerant, racist, and misogynistic.
Eco Catholic: The students plan to call their elected representatives in Congress Friday to prevent an appointment of Myron Ebell, a known climate skeptic.
Faith and Justice: Predicting turnout of voters is very difficult and Clinton underperfomed in comparison with Obama with some groups whom the pundits expected her to do better.
NCR Today: I do not want to spend the next four years in an unceasing angry protest, but there is fear in my heart.
From Where I Stand: We must be thankful for memory -- the memory of the values and ideals this country has bred into us since its inception.
NCR Today: When we consider the damage that could be done by selecting the wrong person for the job of president, Catholics must consider every pertinent issue before voting.
NCR Today: On Nov. 20, I participated in a rally in a very diverse community to express solidarity with people who are afraid after the election of Trump.