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.
NCR Today: If a convicted sex offender can find housing and a job, he has a much better chance of not re-offending and public safety will be enhanced.
Washington Post: Cruz edges Trump; Rubio finishes a strong third
NCR Today: Saying 'no' to nukes; 5 things to know about the Iowa caucuses; Take and Read -- books that inspired; Worried about the 'renationalization' of Europe.
Take and Read: Bernard Häring's The Law of Christ opened Fr. Charles Curran's eyes and mind to see a new approach to moral theology.
Take and Read: NCRonline launches a new blog series focused on the power -- and lasting impact -- of a good book.
Film review: "No Más Bebés" airs Feb. 1 on PBS with the story of Latina women who sued California in 1975 over their forced sterilizations at the L.A. County hospital.