NCR readers in and around Chicago, save this date: Oct. 24. A daylong conference to celebrate NCR's 50th anniversary.
NCR Today: World Refugee Day; More from the Twin Cities; Tears, courage in Charleston; New church opens in United Arab Emirates
"On the part of the Catholic church, I ask you forgiveness for the non-Christian, even non-human, attitudes and behaviors that, in history, we have had against you."
Pope Francis is a pungent preacher. His blunt rhetoric has electrified the world and effectively changed the church's image from moribund to rejuvenated just as I suspect he was elected to do. The narrative has been extensively revamped.
Review: The message of "Batkid Begins" is, to me, "Cynics of the world? You lost."
KILLINGS IN CHARLESTON, S.C.
NCR Today: Francis makes four claims that set him apart from the debate about climate change.
With the launching today of Pope Francis' encyclical on the environment, "Laudato Si', on Care for Our Common Home," being so warmly received by Catholics and non-Catholics alike, I'd like to remind you of two of the most important editorials NCR has w
NCR Today: Pope's urgent environmental call received with gratitude, peace; St. Paul-Minneapolis brings in big guns; Who cheers for Donald Trump?
NCR Today: We all complement each other in various ways. Why couldn't God have ordained love to flow in a different direction?