Hundreds of professors and students at Seattle University left classrooms Wednesday as part of a national push for fair wages and better working conditions for adjunct professors.
NCR Today: "There are some people who think if the church is in any way associated with an intrinsic evil we are guilty by association."
NCR Today: Yoga is spiritual; Novel on clergy sex abuse; Who said married priests isn't a good idea? Scandal in Oslo.
My community, Loretto, has posted a Lenten calendar. What I like best about it is that all the daily quotes are by Loretto members.
Additionally, on Fridays there’s a letter that can be sent to an elected official. This week’s suggestion is to forward the War Resisters federal budget pie chart to your congressional representative. Last Friday was an inquiry about whether your police force had received Pentagon equipment.
The Federal Communications Commission ruled Thursday on the question of net neutrality, saying the Internet will remain an open, public utility.
The action represents “the government's most aggressive attempt to make sure the Web remains a level playing field,” the Washington Post reports.
NCR Today: Mental health professionals should view "50 Shades of Gray" and weigh in on its psycho-social and psycho-sexual implications.
First it was Wal-Mart.
Now it’s TJX, owner of T.J. Maxx, Marshalls and HomeGoods.
NCR Today: Politicians, for all their faults, tend to get the public business done. At the end of today's Washington process, you have only continued stalemate and gridlock.
NCR Today: Sisters' social media ministry; Benedict as emeritus; Nigerians reflect on family; Oslo bishop charged with fraud and Ohio examines police-communnity relations.
The St. Paul-Minneapolis archdiocese could sell its chancery building and three other properties as part of its ongoing bankruptcy process, local news outlets have reported.