Special feature: The Chicago archbishop has "got a lot of work to do" to revitalize this sprawling bastion of U.S. Catholicism. Collaboration is how he's set about getting it done.
Distinctly Catholic: The Democratic Party's search for its soul is overlapping with the need to find a new chair of the Democratic National Committee.
NCR Today: When we consider the damage that could be done by selecting the wrong person for the job of president, Catholics must consider every pertinent issue before voting.
Christians should oppose most of President-elect Trump's political agenda — which runs counter to God's command to care for the poor, build peace and protect the earth.
Simply Spirit: I promise to be there for you when Trump's policies try to make lunchmeat of us all. Because we are all in this together.
The closest parallel in Western contemporary politics to Donald Trump is Silvio Berlusconi, the media tycoon who served four stints as prime minister of Italy.
The forgotten worker: Even though Trump's worldliness and life of luxury didn't reflect theirs, he listened to them, spoke to them, embraced them, embraced their discontent.
Georgetown luncheon: The "worst aspect" of Trump is his "unpredictability," said Archbishop Silvano Tomasi, former Vatican representative to U.N.
Across Germany, Poland, France and Russia, bishops, prelates and other commentators offered contrasting outlooks on Donald Trump's U.S. presidential election.
Distinctly Catholic: The Democrats' path ahead is currently obscured; the sooner they examine what has happened with clear eyes and candor, the sooner they can recover.