From Where I Stand: If Pope Francis takes the question of married men seriously, that could, for a change, lead to real change.
NCR Today: Exclusive interview with one of the actors from the film "Spotlight"; NCR's investigation into the costs of the sex abuse crisis; USCCB's Nov. fall meeting; and more
Editorial: The 2015 Synod of Bishops was extraordinary in ways probably not anticipated or wished for by many of those who planned and attended the gatherings held over two years.
NCR Today: Francis has said that to not engage with others as a human being is a “spirituality of illusion.”
A Roman Observer: If you really want to know what happened inside the synod, don't obsess too much over its final report on the church and the family.
Women are key to fulfilling Pope Francis' message of mercy, service and compassion, women leaders of the largest Catholic social service organizations said in a panel discussion at Georgetown University.
Faith and Justice: All right. Let’s get it over with. I was too pessimistic in my prediction of how the synod would end. I should have trusted the Spirit.
Pope Francis announced he is establishing a new office for laity, family and life, which combines the responsibilities of two pontifical councils.