The Field Hospital: Fr. William Treacy is still going strong -- presiding at Masses weekly, leading retreats and writing.
Examining The Crisis: The calls for Cardinal Philippe Barbarin's resignation or sacking raise the issue of how he breached canon law.
Column: A former student now serves as a seasoned staff attorney in Washington for the Children's Advocacy Institute.
Just Catholic: Donald Trump has said women are after his money and his power. Rather like the arguments against ordaining women.
NCR Today: Cardinal Timothy Dolan, Msgr. Kevin Sullivan and Tom Gallagher talk on camera about their trip with Catholic Near East Welfare Association to Iraqi Kurdistan.
NCR Today: Last night's "Chicago Med" offered a bit of what I like to call "canine theology."
Donald Trump is the presumptive Republican nominee for president of the United States. What now for conservative Catholics?
Works of Mercy: We've collected some of the best responses to our requests for your experiences here to share with our community during this Easter season.
A new Vatican magazine will give attention to women's voices, something that has been missing in the church despite women's important role in announcing the Gospel, said Cardinal Pietro Parolin.
Cardinal Karl Lehmann of Mainz said names of candidates submitted to the Vatican as potential bishops are being vetoed by "unauthorized people" in Rome.
Yoga is not a threat to my faith. It's been an asset to it -- and it can be for many Catholics and other Christians.
Sr. Meena Barwa has forgiven the men who attacked her nearly eight years ago. The gang rape was a horrifying experience, but the aftermath was more painful, she says.
NCR Today: Thomas McDonough's new collection of articles by Dorothy Day written for the Socialist daily The New York Call in 1916-17 is invigorating.
Young Voices: There is a discrepancy between my job and my feelings about modern society and technology -- namely, occasional exhaustion from the noise and chaos of constant connection.
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