'Amoris Laetitia': Read the latest reactions and analysis to Pope Francis reflection on family life.
Pope Francis has called on conference participants to reflect on how to enliven and strengthen the role of active non-violence in the face of aggression or conflict.
Italian Archbishop Carlo Viganò will be succeeded by French Archbishop Christophe Pierre.
NCR Today: Even though the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences, and not Pope Francis, issued an invitation to Bernie Sanders, the meeting should have been postponed until after the U.S. election.
What does it mean? NCR continues to gather reactions to Amoris Laetitia (“The Joy of Love”).
NCR Today: Archbishop Carlo Viganò encouraged American seminarians studying in Rome to be "courageous in always defending the freedom to put our Catholic faith into practice without fear."
Essay: Five reasons underlie the church's pivot to a positive vision of peace and a point of view that goes well beyond the just war theory.
Amoris Laetitia: Pope Francis departs from recent pastoral practice, asking clergy to embrace God's grace at work in difficult and unconventional situations families face.
Reading 'Amoris Laetitia': Couples married and planning to marry should start with Chapter 4; Moral theologians start with Chapter 8.
Pope Francis will make a flash visit to the Greek island of Lesbos next week with Patriarch Bartholomew in a joint ecumenical sign of solidarity with refugees.