Reader's Retrospective: When NCR first arrived on the scene in 1965, Chuck and Ede Radloff and their four young children were living in Menomonee Falls, Wis.
Video and Text: Maria Pilar Aquino of the University of San Diego told an NCR audience about global forces working to transform the world.
More than 1,000 inactive and active Mormons on Saturday to protest the LDS Church’s recent policy decisions involving same-sex couples and their children.
Faith and Justice: A draft of the bishops' conference's strategic priorities for 2017-2020 was approved, but some questioned whether those priorities are consistent with those of Francis.
"The end is near!"
One of my favorite cartoons about the end of the world shows the bearded ascetic with his warning sign, which says something like: "The end is not coming. You have to learn to cope with it along with the rest of us!"
Though numbering near 2.5 million, homeless youth in the U.S. seep through the cracks -- undetected, unaccounted for, and also increasingly from the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender population.
NCR Today: We’re looking for model adult volunteers who teach in parish religion education programs. Nominate your pick for the best CCD teacher today.
Reader's Retrospective: June Verbillion first discovered NCR "in the back of the church" at St. Catherine of Siena in Oak Park, Ill.
Reader's Retrospective: Tom Jordan has directed fundraising efforts for countless institutions, but it's the personal relationships he's made, rather than the money he's helped to raise, that he appreciates most.
Reader's Retrospective: College roommates Joan Nugent and Margaret Fogarty graduated together but chose different paths: Margaret entered the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet while Joan married and had children.