NCR Today: I recently returned from almost three weeks in Paris and Amsterdam and had a chance to reflect on American politics from Europe and to also observe European conditions.
Soul Seeing: Amid a crowd protesting the Brexit referendum result, I wonder who can judge right and wrong in this binary world of "in" or "out."
Cardinal Vincent Nichols said he was delighted by the appointment of Theresa May as Britain's new prime minister because of her commitment to the fight against human trafficking.
Just Catholic: While papal meetings with Orthodox patriarchs encourage hopes of unity, Brexit seems aimed at breaking up the European Union.
Distinctly Catholic: A split Supreme Court decision on immigration reform in the U.S. while the U.K.'s voters opt to leave the European Union.
Opinion: The United Kingdom gives asylum to those who are fleeing religious persecution, but they use a vetting method scientifically shown to fail.
Distinctly Catholic: Should the UK stay or leave the European Union? A referendum will decide the matter next week.
If Britain votes to leave the European Union, Scotland's independence could remain a live issue for its five million inhabitants, 17 percent of whom are Catholic.
Irish clerical abuse survivor Marie Collins, a member of the Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors, spoke to NCR and called Vatican bureaucracy "very difficult."
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