Eco Catholic: The students plan to call their elected representatives in Congress Friday to prevent an appointment of Myron Ebell, a known climate skeptic.
NCR Today: Fidel Castro's death brought to mind my terrific trip with an interfaith delegation to Cuba in 1984. The Cuba I saw then was poor, but thriving.
Global Sisters Report: What is an immigrant to do now that Donald Trump has been elected? Many among us don't have the luxury to think positively or wait it out.
Special feature: James Gillcrist followed his family's tradition of military service, but time in Iraq led him on a path to academia, pondering the ethics of war.
NCR Today: As Michel Aoun's allegiances have shifted, U.S. politicians, with a simplistic view of Lebanese politics, have alternately considered him a freedom fighter and Syrian puppet.
Faith and Justice: Predicting turnout of voters is very difficult and Clinton underperfomed in comparison with Obama with some groups whom the pundits expected her to do better.
NCR Today: I do not want to spend the next four years in an unceasing angry protest, but there is fear in my heart.
From Where I Stand: We must be thankful for memory -- the memory of the values and ideals this country has bred into us since its inception.
Catholic institutions and ministries need to adapt and prepare for growing diversity, according to a report presented to U.S. bishops Nov. 15.
Many attendees of the Detroit archdiocese's Synod '16 talked about the Nov. 18-20 synod beginning the process of healing for an archdiocese that has faced many difficulties.