The Field Hospital: VOTF praises Boston Archdiocese's accounting practices for collections; Pittsburgh parishioners keep fighting to save their church; same-sex couple describes being both Catholic parishioners and married
NCR Today: What does giving birth mean in a season when we celebrate Mary's giving birth to Jesus?
Commentary: Pope Francis is changing the metaphor for community, from an encampment with rigid and guarded boundaries to a people on journey.
NCR Today: So that you and we can better enjoy Christmas, we will be turning off the comments system for the holidays.
NCR Today: Looking back on 2015; Christmas cupcake recipe; Why Catholics should oppose Paris Agreement; Merry Christmas messages.
NCR Today: This country is unquestionably polarized on a number of issues. The final Republican presidential debate has certainly brought much of that to the fore.
NCR Today: U.S. layman named to number two spot in Vatican press office; many Christmas toys made under horrible working conditions; commentary on faith, fear and politics of mercy
NCR Today: The Ferguson Commission Report, "Forward through Ferguson, a Path toward Racial Equality," makes 189 recommendations, and in short, there's work for everyone.
NCR Today: Last Friday President Obama commuted the sentences of 95 federal inmates and pardoned two. I've been reading their names, offenses and sentences because I wondered who they were.
The Franciscan Action Network and Muslim leaders recently released a joint statement condemning "vitriolic hate speech, attitudes and actions against Muslims" as well as "acts of hatred and violence committed by any group against another."
The statement pledged solidarity between Christians and Muslims and appealed "to our government to generously welcome refugees from Syria and Iraq fleeing Daesh violence."