NCR Today: The foreign policy coming out of this White House is heading in an entirely different direction than anything we have seen since the end of World War II.
U.S. Supreme Court nominees: Here are five faith facts about the two men who are the likely top candidates.
Refugee response: More than 2,000 religious leaders representing the Interfaith Immigration Coalition who objected to the action in a letter to the president and members of Congress.
Chaldean Catholic Patriarch Louis Sako of Baghdad says giving priority to Christian refugees for settlement programs would be discriminatory and fuel religious tensions in the Middle East.
Updated: "Welcoming the stranger and those in flight is not one option among many in the Christian life. It is the very form of Christianity itself," said the leaders of the bishops' conference.
NCR Today: A joint letter to Trump and congressional leaders voiced concern for "the refugee, the mother at risk, the unborn child" and others, as well as climate change.
March for Life: Throngs of pro-life marchers outside White House today applaud Trump administration’s actions and plans to support their cause.
Global Sisters Report: "For [the DACA recipients], it's like, what happens when, by the stroke of a pen, it's all over and we have to go 'home,' and go home to what? There's nothing to go home to."
President Donald Trump has also been criticized for failing to call out virulent anti-Semitism among some of his supporters.
Archbishop Charles Chaput is pushing Notre Dame University to invite President Donald Trump, saying the school's president needs to give him a chance to engage with Catholics and to be heard.