The Catholic community marks the 109th World Day for Migrants and Refugees on Sept. 24. Joan Rosenhauer, executive director of Jesuit Refugee Service/USA, suggests we use the day to focus on helping migrants where we can.
Jesuit Fr. David Collins' history of the Society of Jesus in the United States sums up a complicated, but fascinating, history, and points the reader to additional materials should they want to learn more.
As Americans waste our civil duties, the question has become whether the country itself has simply collapsed any and all moral standards. Benedictine Sr. Joan Chittister asks: Who tricked us out of ourselves?
The missionary seeds planted by the Jesuits in the 17th and 18th centuries continue to bear fruit today as the Society of Jesus grew into the most prominent religious order in U.S. Catholic higher education.
Letters to the editor: NCR readers respond to a Sept. 7 editorial where the NCR editors said that they hope the Vatican will stop the abusive power play of Fort Worth Bishop Michael Olson against the Discalced Carmelite nuns of the Monastery of the Most Holy Trinity.
Robert S. Bennett was known as one of Washington's most important lawyers. He also was an influential Catholic who lent credibility to the U.S. bishops' efforts to fight clergy abuse and supported charitable causes.
As a way of being church, synodality might be thought of as collegiality resurrected, but without all the baggage that encumbered collegiality over the years following Vatican II, writes Fr. Thomas Reese.
Listen: Heidi, Father Daniel and David look at the Catholic response to the ongoing migrant crisis and at the WGA/SAG-AFTRA strikes through a lens of Catholic teaching, and Heidi interviews Gustavo Arellano of the LA Times.