NCR Today: Last night, as I watched a TV news program, I became enraged by the anti-Muslim diatribes of stupid, bigoted politicians.
Awarding the Nobel Peace Prize to Tunisian civil society groups that supported Tunisia's transition to democracy illustrates that Arab peoples are quite capable of navigating their nation from dictatorship to democracy.
More than 500 protesters in Manila, including dozens of Catholic religious and other Christians, called for doing away with the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) forum. They yelled "Junk-junk APEC!"
Q and A: How should the U.S. respond to ISIS? NCR asked just war theory expert Gerard Powers.
Commentary: Apply the Golden Rule correctly, and you can't turn away from refugees. The latest Horizons column from Global Sisters Report.
Just Catholic: As an evil slime spreads over so much of the world, we stare in amazement. Where did this come from? How can this happen? Who is guiding this?
Preview: People in Nairobi's Kangemi slum are getting ready for Pope Francis' visit next week, including St. Joseph the Worker Catholic Church.
In the 1990s, Caritas organizations in Oceania were already warning the world about rising sea levels. Climate change has been an important issue for Caritas for a long time -- whether we’ve been sounding the alarm bells, dealing with climate emergencies or helping people adapt to weather extremes.
NCR Today: A declaration of war offers status, power and a sense of accomplishment that draws would-be troops to the fight.
Editorial: Two events scheduled to take place in Guatemala in January simultaneously hold the extremes of hope and cynicism that only a country with its tortured history could produce.