The Field Hospital: Christian women go to church less now; St. Frances X. Cabrini Church closes; it's a turning point in Quebec; trying to save a church Katharine Drexel founded.
NCR Today: A recent article claimed "the church resolutely ignores SNAP's voice" and that SNAP has no "organized" approach to healing. Our history strongly suggests otherwise.
NCR Today: An anti-death penalty measure slated for the November ballot in California needs the full, public support of the state's bishops now, not later.
NCR Today: Death penalty in California; Guam archbishop put on leave; Seattle archbishop asked to disclose abuse claim files; Vietnam sisters facilitate food trading program
As Morocco continues defying the United Nations and much of the international community in its continued occupation of Western Sahara, the United States continues supporting that autocratic government.
NCR Today: Jesuit Fr. Klaus Mertes said the church must make its influence felt worldwide to ensure that homosexuals are not threatened with death anywhere in the world.
NCR Today: Anyone who deals with the criminal justice system knows that it is not just, but some progress is underway.
NCR Today: What's up with Election 2016; Boycotts against Israel have opposite effect; Employers turn cautious; Sisters living in transition; Weekend movies.
The Field Hospital: Our Father's Table in South Orange County; Glenmary outreach to U.S. missions; "Homeless Jesus" sculpture installed; ecumenical communities sign declaration about traditional Latino values.
The U.S. bishops' conference issued today an update and correction to its annual report on local churches' compliance with the Dallas Charter, the set of guidelines and standards that are to govern the dioceses' response to the clergy sexual abuse crisis.