Some recent reporting from NCR:
Michael Sean Winters: Many Catholic activists remain indifferent to unions
Some of the commentary after retired Washington Archbishop Theodore McCarrick renounced his place in the College of Cardinals:
The Vatican shows an overdue decisiveness on sexual abuse, says The Economist
Wall Street Journal columnist William McGurn: The McCarrick affair may ultimately prove something far more than another disgusting case of sexual abuse
Cardinal Kevin Farrell, who served as an auxiliary bishop to McCarrick in Washington: 'Not once did I even suspect' the archbishop
A Catholic News Service round-up: From the pulpit, priests address allegations against Archbishop McCarrick
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And in global news:
After Zimbabwe's first election since the removal of Robert Mugabe, opposition accuses commission of delaying poll results
National Catholic Reporter's sister publication, Global Sisters Report, is running a special in-depth series reporting on the difficult journey of refugees and how Catholic sisters are helping. Here's the link to the series: http://globalsistersreport.org/series/seeking-refuge
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