Faith and Justice: Advocates of religious freedom and women's rights could work together on some issues -- especially religious freedom outside the United States.
Archbishop Paul Russell, the Vatican's ambassador to Turkey, said there is hope the attempted coup is helping unify Turkish citizens around efforts to defend their democracy.
Preview: Two sisters in the neighboring Central American countries of Guatemala and Honduras care for the same kinds of children.
Preview: Sisters of the Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament manage a hospital in a central Indian village, where they treat bites and address superstitions.
Viewpoint: On Sept. 11, 2001, no one could have foreseen the Middle East of 2016 or the future deaths and displacement of thousands of civilians.
Five U.S.-trained Peruvian military officers have been convicted and sentenced to prison for the 1985 massacre of 69 unarmed Quechua villagers in Accomarca.
NCR Today: Censured Passionist Fr. Brian D'Arcy suggested that women who endured clergy sex abuse could have been saved if the abuse had been reported earlier.
Pope Francis is urging people to accompany migrants fleeing their countries from war and political unrest. And the Catholic church in Italy is paying attention.
NCR Today: By bringing the Israel-Palestine issue into the public sphere at the Democratic Party primaries, the Sanders candidacy has accelerated change on the issue among democratic supporters.
Coptic Catholic church: Egypt passed a law codifying the rights of Christians to build and renovate churches