Eco Catholic: 121 faith organizations, including bishops 20 other Catholic institutions, urged congressional support for the president's $750 million budget request toward the international Green Climate Fund.
Global Sisters Report Preview: Bangladesh is a country often lauded by outsiders for its progressive policies towards women -- at least on paper.
GSR Preview: A year that began with one kind of uncertainty is ending in another for one of the world's most strategic countries.
It does not take long to understand why Bangladesh is often cited in discussions about climate change and why the country could often be discussed during the United Nations' conference on climate change, which runs Nov. 30 to Dec. 11 in Paris.
Preview: Today on World Food Day, it is worth reflecting that the issue of food and hunger is at the center of the story of contemporary Bangladesh.
Ames, Iowa -- Sir Fazle Hasan Abed of Bangladesh, recipient of the 2015 World Food Prize, delivered his first address of World Food Prize week at Iowa State University.
NCR Today: The fallout from Francis' visit to U.S.; Synod on the family starts Sunday; Junipero Serra statue defaced; what to do with sinners in prisons; pope wants to visit China
Author and environmental activist Bill McKibben almost didn’t make it to Ireland last week for a climate justice conference in Maynooth.
Flooding at a New York airport nearly derailed his trip, he explained June 23 at the “Meeting the Challenge of Climate Justice: From Evidence to Action” international climate conference co-hosted by Trócaire (the Irish bishops’ development agency), Maynooth University and St. Patrick’s College Maynooth.
NCR Today: Olmsted's chief medical ethics adviser leaves parish; Detroit archdiocese takes long hard look at itself; Irish bishop contemplates new directions.
Christmas: Since 1984, NCR has published Maryknoll Fr. Bob McCahill's annual Christmas letter, chronicling his experience among the people of Bangladesh.