NCR Today: The reaction to the recent death of Fidel Castro in Cuba was, at one level, dismaying and, at another level, predictable.
Take and Read: With her passionate voice, mujerista theology, based in the lived experience of the poor, brought the struggle of Latinas to the table.
Eco Catholic: His response to the economic crisis of the '90s was an ambitious program in organic agriculture, environmental planning, renewable energy and other sustainable development practices.
Cuban Catholic church: The relationship between Fidel Castro and the Cuban Catholic church has been a roller-coaster ride of ups and downs, though it has noticeably improved in recent years.
For many in Cuba, Latin America, and the world, the rise of Cuba's Fidel Castro ushered a revolutionary change. He became a polarizing figure who was an icon of liberation for some, and an icon of oppression for many others, especially for the over 1.5 million Cuban exiles who fled the island in search of a better life.
NCR Today: Fidel Castro's death brought to mind my terrific trip with an interfaith delegation to Cuba in 1984. The Cuba I saw then was poor, but thriving.
Fidel Castro's Death: "It is with great sorrow that I come before you to inform our people, friends of our America and the world, that today, November 25, 2016, at 10:29 p.m., the commander in chief of the Cuban Revolution Fidel Castro Ruz passed away," said his brother Raul.
The Church in Cuba: Archbishop Roberto Gonzalez of San Juan Puerto Rico reflects on the more than 60 trips he has made to Cuba since 1989.
NCR Today: Election responses: What it will take for President Trump to build the wall; Iran nuclear deal could could collapse; Italy next in anti-establishment wave
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.