NCR Today: Becoming who we are is an ongoing task that requires a tremendous amount of interior work.
NCR Today: Results from a five-year research project by the National Institute of Mental Health show that treating schizophrenia with medication alone is not ideal.
NCR Today: Trauma at U.S. detention centers; openly gay Polish priest defrocked; first case going to trial under Minnesota child victims act; Chicago archdiocese distances itself from Boston's
NCR Today: The Peace Economy Project has been working for two years to research gun violence, including how weapons are traded, sold and tracked.
NCR Today: Is Francis an ecofeminist? What's going on at the synod? What's Hunthausen legacy? Can Paul Ryan save Congress?
NCR Today: The Vatican on Wednesday categorically denied a story from an Italian newspaper that Pope Francis has been diagnosed with a brain tumor, calling the report “unfounded” and “seriously irresponsible.”
NCR Today: Addressing the root cause of the conflict in Israeli-occupied Palestinian land is the only way to break the cycle of violence.
NCR Today: Canada's general election; Trump and Carson atop GOP field; U.S. sister serving as synod auditor; Puerto Rico's archbishop calls for path to communion for divorced and remarried
NCR Today: A lot of the cause of violence in the United States and around the world is unemployment. There is plenty of work needing to be done.
NCR Today: Cardinal Reinhard Marx put in a strong plea to allow divorced and remarried Catholics to be allowed to receive the sacraments under certain conditions.