Faith and Justice: The Democrats can fight Trump tooth and nail and perhaps save him and the country from himself. The alternative is to sit back and let Donald be Donald
United Nations: The Federation of American Scientists' tallies show there are about 15,350 nuclear weapons in the world. The U.S. and Russia each have about 4,500 nuclear weapons stockpiled.
NCR Today: A proposed change to the so-called pacifist clause of Japan's constitution has called the country's relatively small Catholic church to action.
Special feature: An early career in the Navy led Msgr. Stuart Swetland to deeper questions about the Gospel.
I awoke this morning with NPR, as I usually do, and heard poetic words from President Obama speaking in Hiroshima, Japan:
“…among those nations like my own that hold nuclear stockpiles, we must have the courage to escape the logic of fear and pursue a world without them. …”
Faith and Justice: Around the world, matters of religious freedom have been getting worse, not better.
NCR Today: Abuse fall out in Altoona-Johnston, Pa.; Catholics against Trump can blame themselves; Why a nuncio matters; North Korean nukes.
NCR Today: Supreme Court to hear abortion case; Mount St. Mary's University president resigns; Georgia's proposed 'religious liberty' bill; Sioux City to close 41 parishes
NCR Today: I wanted to sing the "Te Deum" when I found out that our treaty with Iran was in force.
The bishop of Wichita, Kansas presented a report on Fr. Emil J. Kapaun to the Congregation for Saints' Causes a week after the 65th anniversary of his North Korean capture.