NCR Today: A meditation and a gentle push during a retreat in high school set me on my path of discovery.
NCR Editorial: As Catholics, we would advise putting families and job creation at the heart of the domestic agenda.
Viewpoint: Our age of trumpery concerns a deeper cultural dynamic that reveals unwelcome truths about our own moral and spiritual malaise.
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.
Remembering Berrigan: Family, friends, Jesuits, activists celebrate Mass of Christian burial for priest, poet, peacemaker Fr. Dan Berrigan.
Obituary: Anti-war crusader Jesuit Fr. Daniel Berrigan, 94, died Saturday, April 30, of natural causes at Murray-Weigel Hall, a Jesuit health care facility in the Bronx.
Jesuit Fr. Daniel Berrigan, one of the most influential voices in shaping Catholic thinking about war and peace during the past century, died April 30.
When Thomas Merton's body and possessions were returned to his home at Gethsemani Abbey in December 1968, his personal effects were estimated to be worth less than $1,000.
Take and Read: It's pretty clear now that The Seven Storey Mountain served as my "spiritual director" during my first years of seminary formation.