Baton Rouge Bishop Robert Muench renewed a call for a diocesan-wide week of prayer, fasting and reflection after the city's latest fatal shootings left three officers dead.
Distinctly Catholic: The evident aim of the first night of the Republican National Convention was to scare the American people. It worked, but not how organizers may have intended.
GSR Preview: The negative impacts of America's policy choices on people who are struggling are clear in every state where the Nuns on the Bus have visited so far.
Retired Bishop John Ricard says black Catholic leaders are looking for ways to address the violence and racism that were on full display during the early July shootings.
Manifestations of anti-Semitism must be challenged, but we must also defend human rights and work for peace.
Part 2 of 2: E.J. Dionne, columnist for The Washington Post, also discusses the working class, and bishop opposition to the Affordable Care Act.
Making a Difference: Neither of America's two major political parties reflect a genuine, total commitment to God. We need a people's platform.
The Cathedral of St. Paul was filled July 14 for the funeral of Philando Castile, a 32-year-old black man shot by a police officer during a traffic stop July 6.
Distinctly Catholic: As the Republican National Convention begins in Cleveland, here are some things to look for over the next four days.
NCR Today: As women assume top leadership roles in the political life of major nations in the Western world, shouldn't the Vatican begin moving in the same direction?