Making a Difference: With so many countless fellow human beings suffering, Jesus' own suffering continues on to this very day -- in them and with them.
Peace & Justice
NCR Today: Cardinal Reinhard Marx has called for a reduction in the number of refugees Germany takes in but says that policy also must be compassionate and practical.
Fueled by campus unrest with its own historical role in slavery, the Jesuit school plans to establish a new research center and department of African American Studies.
Col. Inocente Orlando Montano's extradition has set off a chain reaction in El Salvador, as authorities pursue suspects wanted for the killing of six Jesuit priests.
NCR Today: The president refuted unequivocally the bigoted anti-Muslim rhetoric heard on the political campaign trail these days, and he reaffirmed one of the foundational ideals of the U.S.
NCR Today: I was at a meeting the other day about passing legislation to correct biased policing. Here is what I learned about our motivation.
A record number of defendants were exonerated in 2015 according to a report by the National Registry of Exonerations. There were 149 exonerations in 2015 and 1,733 known since 1989.
NCR Today: If a convicted sex offender can find housing and a job, he has a much better chance of not re-offending and public safety will be enhanced.
Eco Catholic: Fr. Bryan Massingale of Marquette University added the recent Flint water crisis would not have been allowed to happen in a more affluent area.
Jerry Buting is a defense attorney for Steven Avery, featured in the Netflix series "Making a Murderer." Buting talks about his work, faith and the state of public defense.