At the Intersection: It’s worth getting close enough to see that Hillary Clinton is a woman, and see how being black grounded Muhammad Ali’s activism.
House Bill 1947, which would extend the statute of limitations on sex abuse lawsuits, has run afoul of Pennsylvania's bishops.
Faith and Justice: A carbon tax would discourage carbon emissions without enriching oil producers, but no politician would support it in an election year.
NCR Today: Keeping up with politics is difficult when your 16-month-old granddaughter is with you, even on vacation in Austria.
Speaker Paul Ryan released a plan to fight poverty that identifies a lot of problems and recommends shifting a lot of funding to the states.
Distinctly Catholic: Is it too soon to ask whether or not this could shape up as a realigning election?
Young Voices: I think the viciousness of the 2016 general election provides us with an opportunity to improve our kindness.
NCR Today: Thanks to our explosive politics, practically everyone thinks the country is headed for disaster, or is already there.
Distinctly Catholic: Last night, the curtain came down on the primary season and the nation was treated to a dress rehearsal of the general election.
NCR Today: An anti-death penalty measure slated for the November ballot in California needs the full, public support of the state's bishops now, not later.