NCR Today: Guests enjoyed desserts from 80 different chefs at a charitable function to help the hungry.
A Roman Observer: There exists a serious challenge to Pope Francis' clear vision of Christian discipleship and servant-leadership.
Commentary: To be one family, all should work to learn about each other. This is the solution to returning disaffected youth to the mainstream.
The Field Hospital: Pastors discuss Brussels attacks in Easter homilies; Tampa church heals after theft, former pastor's suicide; New pastor tells LGBT group to leave Ind. parish
NCR Today: In the wake of terrorism in Brussels, how do we remove the nail -- the shrapnel of human enmity deep at the heart of our warring societies?
As the death toll from the Brussels terror attacks rose, Pope Francis began solemn observances by denouncing those who fuel terrorism the way some once backed Judas against Jesus.
NCR Today: After the terror attacks at the airport and on the Metro system in Brussels, Belgium, our U.S. presidential candidates showed who they really are (once again).
Pope Francis offered his prayers to the victims, the injured, their families and all those offering assistance.
While little has been divulged officially so far about the views collected from Catholic respondents, it's been possible to glean some measure of the strong feelings being expressed.
A Belgian bishop said the president of the bishops' conference urged Catholics to respect a court judgment against him for failing to act on allegations of abuse.
However, Auxiliary Bishop Jean Kockerols of Mechelen-Brussels also said the ruling provoked concern that it could spur more claims for damages, and he said it would take a while for the church to regain credibility.