NCR Today: I was at a meeting the other day about passing legislation to correct biased policing. Here is what I learned about our motivation.
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."
A record number of defendants were exonerated in 2015 according to a report by the National Registry of Exonerations. There were 149 exonerations in 2015 and 1,733 known since 1989.
NCR Today: Many, if not most, culture wars in the United States have had to do with religions of one sort or another.
The Field Hospital: Ark. parishes to pair up with Lebanon parishes to resettle refugees; How a pastor's coming out impacts his parish; and a Ky. parish communicates via app.
NCR Today: Are things as bad as so many voters believe? Can we tone down some of the anger and anxiety and work toward solutions to the many remaining challenges?
NCR Today: Parish collections; Exposing California sex trafficking; Instagram imams a hit; Many sectors of American chaplains; Pope Francis gets statue in Mexico
An early morning fire last week engulfed a three-story Catholic Worker house in Denver, leaving 12 people without a home. There are no immediate plans to relocate the guests.
The Field Hospital: Many parishes are taking a new look at securing offertory collections. The key component: a separation of duties.
NCR Today: Pope Francis will commemorate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, and this historic moment is a perfect time to rejoice in the commonalities of our religious traditions.