From the Dorothy Day conference: Kate Hennessy learned the importance of listening to and following her own "still, small voice" — a task her "Granny" deemed sacred.
Spiritual Reflections: God's holiness looks like a never-ending outreach to rebellious humanity, an ongoing invitation to communion, the incarnation of love, no matter the cost.
NCR Today: Trump's inauguration; Defending human dignity is up to us; German priests say open the priesthood; Paving a path to vocations through volunteering
Defying hierarchical ban, Iowa community invites excommunicated speakers to its 40th anniversary, but others ask: What would Dorothy Day do?
NCR Editorial: As Catholics, we would advise putting families and job creation at the heart of the domestic agenda.
Conversations with Sr. Camille: Fr. Bill Brisotti, ordained in 1968, knew the Berrigans and Dorothy Day and has spent decades in a parish that has overflowing Masses in Spanish.
The Peace Pulpit: "We have to act in the opposite way -- return love for hate, nonviolence for violence."
The Peace Pulpit: "The way of Jesus can bring peace and love and goodness into our human family."
Making a Difference: Reflection on moving away from war should be central to every Memorial Day. Once, I turned for insight to the late Jesuit Fr. Daniel Berrigan.
NCR Today: Jesuit Fr. Daniel Berrigan undoubtedly played a role in moving the Catholic church to a more active witness for peace and justice.