Distinctly Catholic: Let the West's leaders look across the table during Trump's visit and see one possible future, and let them then chart a different future.
NCR Today: Media across the political spectrum agree: The firing of FBI Director James Comey by President Donald Trump was a mistake.
"Catholics and Politics in the Age of Trump," sponsored by Commonweal magazine, was, in some respects, a public enactment by professionals of today's living room anxieties.
President Donald Trump gave the keynote address at the annual Holocaust Remembrance Day event at the U.S. Capitol on April 25.
Faith and Justice: Pollsters are faced with multiple problems, especially when it comes to counting the Catholic vote. Timing, methodologies and people's relative honesty add to the confusion.
For the first time, a majority of Americans has voiced concern about violence against Jews, polling by the Anti-Defamation League shows.
While 52 percent of Americans surveyed said they are disturbed about such violence, an even higher percentage – 76 percent – said they are concerned about violence against Muslims.
The ADL commissioned two surveys to determine the mood of the country, one in October 2016 and another from January through February, as part of its ADL Global 100 project.
This month marks a year since a death squad broke into the home of Berta Cáceres, and shot Honduras' most prominent environmental activist to death.
NCR Today: One would expect universal outrage from both the Israeli government and Jewish-American organizations to the resurgence in anti-Semitism. Yet this is not the case.
From Where I Stand: Is there no hope left for solidarity, given these cavernous divides between us, even if we can't all get behind the president as a person right now?
Distinctly Catholic: The Trump administration's ties to a Russian government that is an enemy of the U.S. reveal a deep kind of intellectual and moral corruption.