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NCR Today: When I think about the world, crises of all kinds arise in mind: the Islamic State, Ebola, racism, forced migration. And that just scratches the surface.
A Capuchin friar is trying to bring the issue of wage disparity to some of the richest people in the country by submitting shareholder resolutions citing companies' own reports.
NCR Today: Trying to make sense of Ferguson; Sex abuse in Spain; Turkey readies to meet pope; Sr. Rose's Thanksgiving recipe.
Want to add something special to your Thanksgiving feast? Look no further! NCR contributor and host of The IN Network's INNdustry with Sr. Rose, Sr. Rose Pacatte and Ruthie Blacksea joined forces to make savory grape and gorgonzola truffles on this special Thanksgiving edition of Pre-Prans with Ruthie. In addition to the anyone-can-do-it recipe, Sr. Rose lets Ruthie in on her favorite Thanksgiving film AND shares her favorite beer selection for the occasion.
The Washington Times reported on an interesting new poll of Catholic positions on family related concerns.
NCR Today: Streets of Ferguson erupt; Francis discusses reform inside the Curia; new reality TV show to air featuring religious life; Houston Catholic Charities facing lawsuit
I applaud President Obama’s executive action on allowing many hardworking and lawful undocumented immigrants to be spared from deportation.
Attending a School of the Americas Watch rally raises one’s standards for rallies.
All terror attacks are horrific, but ones that target people at worship are particularly so. Places of worship and people worshipping have historically been an unspoken red line for acts of violence. Ask Palestinians about Jewish terror attacks, and they will invariably refer to Baruch Goldstein's 1994 massacre of 29 Muslim Palestinians at prayer in the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron.