NCR Today: Ridley Scott's latest space-themed movie addresses deeply human issues, like the human need for a culture of community.
Reader's Retrospective: Early NCR subscribers Elaine and Dan Bassano share a commitment of each other and their family.
The Field Hospital: Group claims parishes are facilitating 'foreign invasion'; Mass. parishes must pay to fund diocese's central administration; church holds annual Black Saints Celebration; Ohio bingo halls close
Those words, “God loves diversity,” were spoken by Rabbi Jonathan Sacks in his recent interview for Interfaith Voices. He is the former chief rabbi of Great Britain, internationally respected as an interfaith leader.
NCR Today: Francis in Africa; journalists protest rights' violations in trial; major changes coming to Curia; Pixar's "The Good Dinosaur"
ABOARD THE PAPAL PLANE -- Pope Francis has confirmed he plans to visit four cities in Mexico in February, including the U.S. border town of Ciudad Juarez.
NCR Today: The collective voices of U.S. bishops demanding fair treatment for refugees could serve as a counterweight to the hateful and offensive rhetoric we are hearing from too many politicians.
Reader's Retrospective: Early NCR subscribers William and Lorraine D'Antonio have been married 65 years
Reader's Retrospective: Irene King Mennitt's thought after reading an issue of NCR: this newspaper "could give me hope ... as a woman working hard to implement Vatican II."
The Field Hospital: Newark priests contacted by NCR indicated that a letter reviewing who is welcome to Communion, sent to pastors from Archbishop John Myers, has had little pastoral impact.