NCR Today: I spent a week in the Galápagos in mid-September, and the experience walking on the islands and snorkeling in the water -- with animals and birds and fish -- was paramount.
As students and security forces clashed Oct. 10 in Johannesburg, a priest was struck in the mouth by a rubber bullet fired by police.
Ninth Circuit judges reject Freedom of Information lawsuit filed by SOA Watch members seeking names of instructors and foreign soldiers at U.S. Army school WHINSEC.
Eco Catholic: In the wake of Hurricane Matthew, one tally places death toll at 1,000, while a cholera outbreak is feared in the worst-hit areas.
NCR Today: Some elements of the anti-war movement do not just oppose U.S. intervention in that country's multisided civil war, but actually defend the brutal Syrian regime.
The Nobel committee chose Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos as winner of the 2016 Nobel Peace Prize.
Faith and Justice: Jesuit Refugee Service works in 45 countries serving 724,000 people, 55 percent of whom are Muslim.
New blog series "Letters from Japan" begins with visiting professor David DeCosse attending a conference that examined "blind spots" in business ethics practices.
Gaza -- After a rocket fired from the Gaza Strip hit an Israeli border town, Israeli aircraft attacked Palestinian militant targets in Gaza.
Almost three years after the world's worst recorded typhoon ravaged the Philippine island of Leyte, the visible wounds are healing.