NCR Today: Italy to vote on same-sex unions; Bill comes due on US defense of marriage; Wheaton College struggles with who worships which God.
NCR Today: As the U.S. modernizes its weapons, it is probably in violation of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.
NCR Today: From his first day in office, Obama's critics refused to acknowledge his achievements, but his strategies and staff have made real progress with Iran.
NCR Today: President Obama has declared a federal state of emergency in Flint, Mich., because of contaminated drinking water. Sadly, this latest crisis confirms the observations of Pope Francis.
NCR Today: This week, I interviewed a Jewish rabbi, a Muslim imam and scholar, and a Methodist minister about this question.
NCR Today: In the current U.S. political climate, immigration will continue to be a hot-button issue -- but with no resolution in sight.
NCR Today: A wintry March for Life; St. John's Abby releases abuse documents; Cardinal Burke's advice for faithful priests.
The week set aside by Rome for Christian Unity after Vatican II was literally a curtain-raiser at first. Tribes of church people who had never crossed the thresholds of each other's sanctuaries found themselves exploring hymnals, altars and religious fixtures they'd only heard about. Catholics could finally feel free to enter Protestant space without fear of divine sanction. Protestants began sorting out fact from fiction and superstition.
LGBTQ people need justice, not mercy, from Pope Francis
The Field Hospital: Wuerl discusses whether parishes should be allowed to hire those in same-sex marriages; Pa. church goes Russian Orthodox; new Miami church's green design heeds Laudato Si'