NCR Today: The Trump administration's statement establishes an alternative universe where crime is on the rise in a "dangerous anti-police atmosphere."
Liteky, 85, who died Jan. 20 in a San Francisco hospital, was "an exceptional peace activist for our time because he had such credibility with the military."
NCR Today: Jan. 20 should have been a dark day, but spending it with Aunt Martha, a 94-year-old Republican, was a surprising miracle and a wake-up call.
Donald J. Trump took the oath of office in a swearing-in ceremony that featured prayers and pronouncements of God's favor by the largest assortment of clergy in inaugural history. It also drew protests around the nation's capital.
The bishops' conference hopes to collaborate with the new administration on comprehensive immigration reform. The bishops have no formal stance on President Donald Trump's proposed border wall.
Health care under Trump presidency: With the GOP controlling Congress, leaders in Catholic health care are concerned about a probable repeal of Obamacare without a sufficient replacement.
Distinctly Catholic: I shall be posting this afternoon with thoughts on the new president's inaugural address, which has been billed as "philosophic."
We say: We must dig deep into our Catholic social teachings to re-establish our foundations. We must stand with the working class, the elderly, children and the poor.
We say: Obama's eight years as president will be a major chapter in presidential history. Despite the opposition he faced, his record over two terms is impressive.
Young Voices: I am empowered to let the death of the past overcome me so that the newness of resurrection can jar me out of the resentment, pain and suffering of what could have been.