Debate reaction: Six individuals, All Latino Catholics who plan to vote Nov. 8, watched the debate separately and then spoke with an NCR reporter afterward.
Preview: U.N. leaders are calling the Sept. 19 summit both historic and necessary given the record number of people displaced by wars, unrest and climate change.
Philadelphia Archbishop Charles Chaput appeared on Notre Dame's campus Thursday, speaking about the bleak consequences for a society when infidelity and promiscuity run rampant and families break down.
Georgetown University's third season of Initiative on Catholic Social Thought and Public Life talks started with a discussion about the uniqueness of this year's presidential campaign.
NCR Today: There are so many issues to address regarding the 2016 election, which is now only two months away.
New Book: In 2005 conclave, Benedict recalls thinking, "I was 78-years-old … you cannot hoist a 78-year-old onto the chair of Peter."
Faith and Justice: After ignoring Catholic voters for almost the entire election cycle, the media has finally woken up and recognized that Catholic voters are important.
NCR Today: The political conventions of 2016 are now history. They offer a study in contrasts.
Faith and Justice: The role of religion in elections is usually fairly clear. This year, the breakdown of the 2016 primary vote by religion is difficult to measure because the exit polls were only concerned about evangelicals, not Catholics.
Commentary: The third night at the Democratic convention had three parts: a focus on gun violence; speakers trashing Donald Trump; and the president of the United States.