Distinctly Catholic: The tenor of a Democratic Party presidential debate has a more substantial and serious feel to it, whereas a GOP debate resembles a verbal version of professional wrestling.
Editorial: Pope Francis and Donald Trump, side by side, and the public support they inspire, illustrate the competing perspectives at work attempting to shape 21st-century American culture and politics.
Catholic advocacy agencies joined the pushback after Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents at the beginning of the year arrested immigrants, Central American families, who were in the United States illegally.
Washington -- President Obama called on Americans’ better nature in his final State of the Union address.
The general counsel for the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops filed an amicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court in support of the Little Sisters of the Poor.
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.