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.
Peace & Justice
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.
At the Intersection: What does it mean to "organize your own" in the 21st century?