NCR Today: What is the response of the Trump administration to Russia's distressing activities? An unnerving silence.
Distinctly Catholic: The best reason not to invite Donald Trump to be graduation speaker is that such an invitation would help normalize his presidency and its threat to democracy.
Catholic Charities of Tennessee executive director Pam Russo delivered the "devastating news" to 13 employees in the agency's Refugee Resettlement office Feb. 23 that they no longer had jobs.
"We had to close tremendous budget gaps and we didn't see another way to do it," Russo said. "We really looked at every possible way of maintaining our current staff level and we could not make it work."
Updated with video: The U.S. regional meeting's final statement called all faith communities to declare themselves sanctuaries for the discriminated.
NCR Today with video: Kansas City was among more than two dozen cities fielding "Not My President's Day" rallies and other protests Feb. 20.
Students that are recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program face an uncertain future, and Catholic colleges face questions of support and sanctuary.
In Donald Trump, who is addicted to the phrase "believe me," the United States is now stuck with a serial liar as president.
Local Catholic Charities agencies are scrambling to save staff jobs as they respond to President Donald Trump's executive order temporarily suspending the country's refugee resettlement program. Up to 700 workers are affected in some way.
The mother who made headlines as possibly the first unauthorized immigrant to be deported from the United States under President Donald Trump's immigration orders was being sheltered overnight by the Kino Border Institute in Nogales, Mexico, Feb. 9.
President Trump officially pulled the nation out of the trade pact Jan. 23. NCR spoke with group leaders who cautiously view this as an opportunity for Trump.