Faith and Justice: The United States has an obligation to identify and protect bona fide refugees and asylum seekers, but too often this does not happen.
An Israeli agency accused the the U.S.-based Christian humanitarian aid organization, one of the world' largest, of diverting "tens of millions of dollars" in donations to the terrorist group.
The European Court of Justice must decide if the Catholic doctor was unlawfully fired by the Catholic hospital for remarrying after getting a divorce.
Njoroge has eschewed expensive job perks that include a luxury house in an upmarket neighborhood and a fleet of cars with chauffer.
"Bandits & Heroes, Poets & Saints" features many works that are colorful and lively; upon closer look, the joyful gives way to the difficult and challenging.
World Youth Day. Young pilgrims reimagine traditional Way of the Cross with contemporary stories and the Way of Mercy.
NCR Today: World Youth Day will soon end. How do we continue to let God's light shine in us without letting the world extinguish that flame?
Pell, an Australian who is third in the Vatican hierarchy, has strenuously rejected the latest claims that he sexually abused children many years ago as a priest.
Eco Catholic: Catholic sisters are pushing the U.N. and governments not to ignore the grassroots work already being done to fight poverty and related problems.
The Salvadoran Supreme Court's decision July 13 to strike down an amnesty law enables prosecutions against those suspected in war crimes, but may cause instability.