NCR Today: Francis in Africa; journalists protest rights' violations in trial; major changes coming to Curia; Pixar's "The Good Dinosaur"
NCR Today: Who are we if we don't care for one another?
Just Catholic: As an evil slime spreads over so much of the world, we stare in amazement. Where did this come from? How can this happen? Who is guiding this?
From Catholic News Service:
A translation of a statement issued by the director of the Holy See press office, Jesuit Father Federico Lombardi, shortly after the terror attacks in Paris Nov. 13.
France has agreed to take in more than 24,000 of the 160,000 asylum seekers the European Union’s executive arm wants to resettle across the 28-member block.
The ecumenical monastic community of Taizé celebrated a triple anniversary this month. It has become the venue for an international exchange of diverse socio-cultural realities.
I spent two weeks in the ecumenical monastic community of Taizé this month alongside thousands of other pilgrims. Taizé recently celebrated three anniversaries.
340 rabbis sent a letter to Congress Aug. 17 supporting the agreement and rejecting the notion that most American Jews oppose it.
Bishops urged their governments to settle a growing refugee crisis around the port of Calais, where migrants have died attempting illegal crossings of the Channel Tunnel.
Review: French filmmakers turn a light on the reality of immigration in their county in the thoroughly engaging film "Samba."