NCR Today: Sr. Rose Pacatte gives her quick takes on many of 2015's Oscar-nominated films.
Movie Review: "Eddie the Eagle" is infectious. It's a feel good movie even if it isn't perfect, and I dare you not to smile when you leave the theater.
The Field Hospital: San Diego bishop sees border as "place which unites us"; Wash. volunteers assist low-income seniors with chores; Boise diocese shares Christianity with public high school students.
NCR Today: The Republican debate (Rubio wins); Closing Guantanamo; The trouble with Francis; Second Minuteman missile test-fired this month; Canada's assisted suicide law.
Along about the 6th grade I accepted a Girl Scout's offer to meet her at a Friday night school sock hop. I felt queasy about it without knowing why, but now, thanks to the good offices of Archbishop Robert J. Carlson of St. Louis, I realize there was good reason to worry.
The Field Hospital: While a relatively new priest, Fr. Garry Koch, 58, jokes readily that he is an expert on seminary education under five popes, having experienced all of them.
NCR Today: Archbishop Robert J. Carlson of St. Louis says that the Girl Scouts' connections and values are not Catholic so parishes should seek alternatives.
NCR Today: Welcome to your new weekly international edition of Morning Briefing, where we'll try to highlight a little of what's going on around the world.
NCR Today: Labeled "condemned" due to "objectionable" content, 27 films will be shown on Thursdays throughout March.
The Field Hospital: Texas and Michigan dioceses try new programs for evangelization; suggestions for Chicago's hard-pressed parishes; where do church's items go when a parish closes?