NCR Today: When President Barack Obama gives his final State of the Union address tonight, two Little Sisters of the Poor will be in attendance.
Chief Justice Roy Moore ruled that Alabama’s Marriage Protection Act, which bars marriage licenses to same-sex couples, remains "in full force and effect." Similar laws were struck down in June.
The executive director of the Florida Conference of Catholic Bishops called on Florida governor to stop Florida executions beginning with Oscar Ray Bolin, Jr., scheduled to be executed Jan. 7.
Column: Between now and the primary voting in early February, there are only two things that can conceivably damage Hillary Clinton's apparent lock on the nomination.
NCR Today: In a powerful, emotional speech Tuesday, President Obama outlined a series of executive actions designed to enhance U.S. gun safety.
Distinctly Catholic: Let’s look ahead to 2016 and anticipate what the new year will bring, starting with politics.
Citing strong economic growth, the Federal Reserve voted to raise interest rates last week, but various data points show that growth does not benefit all segments of society.
Commentary: Confronted with the threat of terrorism, political fear mongering and the disorienting din of a 24-hour news cycle, the Christian path is hopeful, but a harder journey.
Unanswered questions remain about the legal implications of June's Supreme Court same-sex marriage ruling, but analysts agree religious institutions face big challenges in the months and years to come.
Nebraska is unlikely to be able to carry out lethal injections even if the voters decide on the November ballot to override the legislature’s decision to repeal the death penalty.