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Our matching grant as been met, but we're still looking for your support. Donate now.

You're online with NCR now, maybe looking for news of the canonizations of Popes John XXIII and John Paul II, or maybe just curious to see what the latest Catholic news is. Maybe you're looking for a reflection on the Sunday readings, which we post every weekend.
 


Editor's Note: We've got a bit of a glitch on the donate link on the video feed. But all the donate links on this page work just fine.


Whatever the reason you have for being here, you are here because NCR offers something you value. I hope you can show us how much you value NCR with a generous donation today, the first day of our fifth annual webathon.

We're kicking the webathon off right with a matching grant provided by Annette Lomont and Chuck Raaberg. Annette and Chuck have pledged to match dollar for dollar every donation that comes into NCR this morning up to $1,500. Take Chuck and Annette up on their challenge. Donate now.

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We only interrupt your access to the NCR website like this once a year, during our annual webathon. The other 51 weeks of the year, we don't bother you with pleas for money. But we do need to raise $100,000 this week, this one week, to meet our funding needs.

Help us meet this goal -- or, better yet, surpass it -- and we'll go back to unrestricted access to the reporting, analysis and commentary you have come to expect from NCR.

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