Debate reaction: Seven individuals, younger Catholic women planning to vote Nov. 8, watched the debate Sunday night and then spoke with NCR reporters.
Second presidential debate: Trump scored last night when he repeatedly reminded people that Hillary Clinton had been in Washington for 30 years and things had not gotten much better.
Making A Difference: It is crucial for Christians to enter the voting booth with a well-formed conscience based on Gospel values.
NCR interviews an instrumental player in a large coalition of organizations that helped shape what is still known as "Obamacare."
Donald Trump has a message for U.S. Catholics: I'll be there for you as president. Trump offered those words in a letter dated Wednesday.
A question on religion brings candidates to the nexus of faith and public policy.
Distinctly Catholic: Both VP candidates would more plausibly be successful presidents than either Clinton or Trump, so tonight's debate will contain wistfulness for partisans on both sides.
NCR Today: The American electorate seemed to be divided into two parallel universes as people watched the first presidential debate.
Biryani is a popular Indian rice dish featuring meat or vegetables cooked in a subtle combination of spices. Recently, some lawmakers have added some extra ingredients --religion, caste and politics.
So-called biryani police have been inspecting pots full of the traditional dish to check if street sellers have been adding beef, which is banned across much of the country.
Many street vendors in Haryana state near New Delhi, the center of the crackdown, have had to shut their shops, even though demand for biryani is highest during September's Muslim holiday of Eid al-Adha.
Distinctly Catholic: This election cycle, because of the record high unfavorable ratings of the two major candidates, speculation about the potential for a third party bid to shake up the race has been greater than usual.