NCR Today: We will turning off the comments system starting Good Friday, March 25.
GSR Preview: Franciscan Sr. Donna Stevens practices psychotherapy at the Rainbow Treatment Center, which serves the White Mountain Apache tribe in Whiteriver, Arizona.
NCR Editorial: We are discovering that reform from our culture's original sin entails a long-term struggle.
Book Review: Arguably the unspoken leitmotif of James H. Cone's The Cross and the Lynching Tree is: Black lives matter.
The release of human rights activist Nestora Salgado Garcia after more than two-and-a-half years of incarceration in Mexico will be marked by a March 26 rally.
Messmer Catholic Schools system overcame losing millions in promised funding, and finished the 2014-15 in the black.
At the Intersection: While being single makes a woman a part of "the most potent political force in America" today, unmarried status gives her nothing in Christianity.
To protest the anti-Muslim rhetoric of this presidential campaign, high school counselor Martha DeVries decided to wear a hijab in public every Monday to display acceptance of Muslims and refugees.
Faith and Justice: The meeting between Pope Francis and Patriarch Kirill was supposed to be an ecumenical milestone, but it caused anxiety among some observers.
St. Patrick's Day is now a big celebration on multiple continents, but how did it get going? Patrick, who died in 461 A.D., didn't launch the festivities himself.