Commentary: Is it possible to reintroduce someone to the American people who is already so well known that she is identified by her first name only?
NCR Editorial: As Catholics, we would advise putting families and job creation at the heart of the domestic agenda.
NCR Today: Democratic National Convention; World Youth Day begins; Nuns on the Bus continue work; Trump's home church; Kaine and the Catholic vote
Commentary: What promised to be a chaotic and divisive evening turned out to be less worrisome than feared for the Democrats.
Democrats have a chance to close the so-called "God gap" -- the dynamic that has seen regular worshippers picking Republican candidates far more than they do Democrats.
Commentary: The Democrats need to acknowledge the anxieties people feel and highlight the evidence of resilience and perseverance that, working together, Americans can improve the country's future prospects.
Kaine, a U.S. Senator and former governor of Virginia, was announced Friday night as presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's running mate.
Distinctly Catholic: The evident aim of the first night of the Republican National Convention was to scare the American people. It worked, but not how organizers may have intended.
Part 2 of 2: E.J. Dionne, columnist for The Washington Post, also discusses the working class, and bishop opposition to the Affordable Care Act.
NCR Today: As women assume top leadership roles in the political life of major nations in the Western world, shouldn't the Vatican begin moving in the same direction?