Commentary: An attack on one faith is an attack on all our faiths, and when any religious group is targeted, we all have a responsibility to speak up.
Column: As never before, worshipers in the church of American politics are having a crisis of faith.
GSR Preview: While in the throes of post-chemo side-effects I must admit that there are moments I'd like to leave the theater before the show is over.
The Field Hospital: Ariz. group works with women who have had abortions; Ore. deacon distributes goods in Democratic Republic of the Congo; Parishioners hear a...
In an unprecedented push for wider Christian unity, Pope Francis will meet with Russian Patriarch Kirill in Cuba in February.
The number of sisters from other countries living in the U.S. is unknown, so Trinity Washington University and CARA are conducting a study to try to count them, their work and support.
NCR Today: The Chicago Tribune reports that that the archdiocese of Chicago could close many of its churches by 2030, as the result of a "radical overhaul."
Bishop Steven J. Lopes was installed as first bishop of the Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of St. Peter to serve former Anglicans living full communion with the Catholic Church.
"I make an appeal to the international community to not spare any effort to urgently bring the parties to the negotiating table," Pope Francis urged Sunday.
"I have not left and I am not leaving my position on the commission," said British children's advocate Peter Saunders.
Global Sisters Report Preview: As Haiti's current president prepares to leave office without a replacement on February 7, there are no clear answers for how the country will progress.
Indian convert to Christianity Sadhu Sundar Singh (1889-1929), who began life as a Sikh, traveled internationally to preach the good news before he disappeared (and presumably died) while on one of his many...
Movie review: Nicholas' Sparks 11th book to be made into a movie continues his artistic trajectory toward telling stories that "feel authentic and honest to the world in which we live."
Faith and Justice: After the Iowa caucuses, how will Catholics vote in the Republican and Democratic primaries? Catholic voters make a difference...
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