NCR Today: The Hispanic church; Missouri bishops oppose conceal and carry law; Urban dairy in Ho Chi Minh City; Fired educator sues Catholic school; Next synod on peacemaking?
GSR Preview: Two top bodies of the Catholic church in India are finalizing a policy to address sex abuse and other forms of abuse by clergy.
NCR Today: Bishop apologizes for abuse; Orthodox Council ends; Chicago parishes looking at energy efficiency; India struggles with clergy abuse of nuns
NCR Today: Vatican contacting 15 US sisters' orders; Theologians conclude meeting; Supreme Court focuses on immigration; Women religious join Day of Justice; Documenting massacre of Yazidis
Faith and Justice: Around the world, matters of religious freedom have been getting worse, not better.
Essay: My vocation was not to be a Maryknoll missionary or a monk, but something else.
TV review: The series promotes understanding, asking and exploring what came first: did people create religion or did religion find people?
NCR Today: Easter killings in Pakistan; Mother Angelica dies; Iraqi Christians fear extinction; Spotify uses Pope Francis in ad campaign; Priest gambles away funds for refugees
NCR Today: Pope offers prayers for Brussels; Conservative Catholics endorse Cruz; Dawning of Easter; Gallup diocese bankruptcy settles for $21 million
Mother Teresa of Calcutta will be made a saint on Sept. 4, almost exactly 19 years after her death. Pope Francis made the announcement Tuesday.