NCR Today: In Nicaragua in the 1980s, we were the strangers, and a poor, rural family welcomed us with open arms and a chicken supper.
NCR Today: The day after the inauguration, we will march, and in so doing will also be standing with the water protectors at Standing Rock and in Flint, Mich.
Conversations with Sr. Camille: Fr. Bill Brisotti, ordained in 1968, knew the Berrigans and Dorothy Day and has spent decades in a parish that has overflowing Masses in Spanish.
She criticizes Bernie Sanders on Central America, but as secretary of state, she supported some of the world’s worst dictators.
Commentary: It is also important for the war's victims and survivors' voices to be heard -- to be recognized by the Catholic church as victims of state terrorism and church failure.
The book takes readers inside the front lines of Latin American history with Jesuit Fr. Fernando Cardenal, a priest who fought alongside the Sandinista National Liberation Front
NCR Today: Helena diocese sets alternate bankruptcy example; How 'Spotlight' missed the story; Pope asks governors to stop executions; Maryland End-of-Life Option bill sparks controversy
The United States shirked its responsibility toward the Central American refugees of the 1980s and today has a responsibility to address the refugee problem in Syria.
The priest, who died Saturday, helped youth through a network of Jesuit schools across Central and Latin America.
When Ambassador Robert White died in January, we all lost a great crusader for justice and human rights. The Jan. 30-Feb. 12 print issue of NCR includes a related story of the never-ending and escalating battle for those rights in Honduras, where we met White 50 years ago when he was a Foreign Service officer posted to the U.S. Embassy in Tegucigalpa.