Faith and Justice: A routine agenda item during the 2016 USCCB fall meeting turned out to be one of the most emotionally charged.
Eco Catholic: The United Nations climate change conference, held this year in Marrakech, Morocco, is set to close on Friday.
The Field Hospital: Study showed Connecticut led the nation with a 10-percent drop in self-identifying Catholics over seven years. NCR asked leaders and scholars why.
Simply Spirit: I promise to be there for you when Trump's policies try to make lunchmeat of us all. Because we are all in this together.
An amended bankruptcy plan for the St. Paul-Minneapolis archdiocese would potentially double survivors' funds, but an attorney for the creditors is unsatisfied with the proposal.
In New York, Minneapolis and Atlanta, artifacts and art illustrate the life and times of Martin Luther, while over in Europe, a moving museum hits the road.
Distinctly Catholic: At a time when the country desperately needs a strong moral voice, the USCCB is fretting about things that don't matter and tepidly addressing the things that do.
Just Catholic: It's not just about elections. It is also about mundane issues. There's a lot of "that's mine and you can't have it" going around.
Statement on racism: "We have failed our black and brown brothers and sisters."
The American Jewish Committee and the Islamic Society of North America launch the Muslim-Jewish Advisory Council to combat the Islamophobia and anti-Semitism that surfaced in the election.