Commentary: What did NCR’s columnist Michael Sean Winters think about Pope Francis addresses today? Here's a round up of his analysis.
Basilica of the National Shrine -- Pope uses canonization Mass to preach on mission. Answer the call, he says, and "go forth and anoint."
At St. Matthew's Cathedral. Meeting and praying with the U.S. bishops, Pope Francis outlines his idea of a shepherd.
California Indians argue that the 18th-century Franciscan, to be made a saint during the pope's U.S. trip, helped destroy their culture and decimate their people.
At the White House. President and pope praise each other for climate action. Pope challenges president on religious liberty.
NCR Today: Jesuit Fr. Federico Lombardi said "I feel that now the pope is ready to address global questions," at a press briefing Tuesday evening, following Francis' U.S. arrival.
Pope Francis landed at Joint Base Andrews Tuesday afternoon, launching his highly anticipated six-day, three-city visit to the U.S.
About 750 strikers were among a crowd estimated at 1,000 in urging the federal government to force contractors to pay them $15 an hour for the work they do.
Speaker of the House John Boehner is delighting in a dream come true with the pope addressing a joint session of Congress. He's tried for a papal visit since 1994.
Repeated calls from Pope Francis for the world to empty its nuclear weapons arsenals are little known and often overlooked, but carry the moral weight of Catholic social teaching, a panel of experts concurred during a panel discussion at the Council on Foreign Relations.