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A good place, a strange moment. Editorial May 1, 2020 1398
Solace from the depths of our tradition. Apr 17, 2020 492
Still, we find ways to connect. Apr 3, 2020 1274
Leadership Roundtable's dose of reality. Editorial Mar 20, 2020 1323
Report: L'Arche founder engaged in sexually abusive relationships. Mar 6, 2020 1049
Disturbances in the neighborhood. Editorial Mar 6, 2020 1283
A way out of the partisan corner. Editorial Feb 21, 2020 1326
Trump seals his Catholic deal. Feb 7, 2020 1250
When transparency helps and goes too far. Editorial Jan 24, 2020 1312
Vulnerability as strength. Jan 10, 2020 1360
Thomas Doyle traces end of clerical culture. Dec 27, 2019 1168
The jazz writer: Jason Berry's quest to understand the place where he's from. Dec 13, 2019 1091
Rohr, Chittister wield 'light' as way to God. Dec 13, 2019 1171
Amazon synod shows the way forward. Nov 29, 2019 1171
Today's Catholic conversations. Editorial Nov 1, 2019 1189
Taking 'Be not afraid!' to new levels. Editorial Oct 18, 2019 1346
On US tour, Marie Collins exposes clerical culture behind abuse cover-up. Interview Oct 4, 2019 1069
Cokie Roberts: journalist, Catholic, 'real deal'. In memoriam Oct 4, 2019 1116
It's about how we see God. Editorial Sep 20, 2019 1469
Polls can't capture the Eucharist. Editorial Sep 6, 2019 807
'Both sides' is a lie that threatens Latinos. Editorial Aug 23, 2019 2675
A sense of in between. Editorial Jul 26, 2019 1343
EXECUTIVE EDITOR'S NOTE: Our honors from Catholic Press Association. Editorial Jul 12, 2019 938
New ways of being church. Editorial Jun 28, 2019 1453
Coverage, clerical culture and generations. Jun 14, 2019 1176
A culture of vulnerability. Editorial May 31, 2019 1366
Not failing, but changing. Editorial May 17, 2019 984
We await the decision about women deacons. May 3, 2019 999
God speaks to us through creation. Editorial Apr 19, 2019 860
A church in recovery, a culture examined. Apr 5, 2019 1232
Bishops must look within their own culture. Editorial Mar 22, 2019 1118
A long, difficult grind. Editorial Mar 8, 2019 861
For Catholics in the church's 'middle,' patience has run out. Feb 22, 2019 1829
An energizing and hopeful story. Editorial Feb 22, 2019 826
Let's explore humility and tradition. Feb 8, 2019 884
Beacons of sound Catholicism. Editorial Jan 25, 2019 767
The community waits for change. Editorial Jan 11, 2019 845
Crisis and the role of the laity. Editorial Dec 28, 2018 974
Essays give respite amid turmoil. Editorial Dec 14, 2018 834
A tale of two bishops' meetings: EXECUTIVE EDITOR'S NOTE. Editorial Nov 30, 2018 837
Welcome to the here and now. Nov 16, 2018 774
Web developer sues Knights of Columbus: Knights characterize suit as 'garden-variety business dispute'. Nov 2, 2018 2801
'Red Hat Report': Group plans cardinal audit ahead of conclave. Oct 19, 2018 1503
Money and church intertwined: Conservative donors aim to shape Catholic narrative for the wider culture. Dec 29, 2017 3780
Bishop McElroy sees 'a cultural crisis in our body politic'. Interview Dec 1, 2017 2010
Koch, Turkson speak at Catholic University's 'Good Profit' conference. Conference news Nov 3, 2017 2352
Art in dual service of peacemaking, activism: William Kelly's art at one point conveyed a sense of unease and confinement but another hard edge of reality, random violence, later demanded his attention. Interview Oct 6, 2017 2930
Archbishop Quinn: shaped by and steeped in Vatican II reforms. In memoriam Jul 14, 2017 1096
The Knights' reach: financial forms show wealth, influence of the Knights of Columbus. May 19, 2017 6173
Autism program prepares students: Autism Initiative at Mercyhurst University helps students socialize, secure relevant jobs. Mar 24, 2017 2463
Reshaping the Catholic landscape. Book review Feb 10, 2017 1487
Colman McCarthy makes sure students learn peace. Interview Jan 27, 2017 3223
Soldier turned philosopher: James Gillcrist followed in his family's tradition of military service, but time in Iraq led him on a path to academia, pondering of ethics of war. Dec 2, 2016 3286
A leg up to those on the margins: at Donnelly, there's a short distance between life of the academy and life on the streets. Editorial Nov 4, 2016 1958
Monsignor has lived a life of conversions: early career in the Navy led him to deeper questions about the Gospel. Interview Oct 7, 2016 3024
New NCR series delves into questions of peace: as we live through, in Pope Francis' words, 'a third world war in pieces,' what is the ordinary Catholic to do? Sep 23, 2016 2300
Last stand: author examines how white Protestant dominance is yielding to realities of swiftly changing America. Book review Sep 23, 2016 1272
Trust on the downslide: gathering discusses Americans' lost confidence. Conference notes Jul 29, 2016 1615
Following papal lead, San Diego bishop calls for diocesan synod on marriage. May 20, 2016 1874
A leap or baby step? Many Catholics take encouragement from Amoris Laetitia, welcome change in tone. Apr 22, 2016 2070
Cooperation in evil at issue with mandate. Apr 8, 2016 1384
Report delves into school governance: philanthropists see new models as alternative to a culture of closings. Feb 26, 2016 1242
A family of a different sort: couple brings birth families into their adopted kids' lives. Feb 12, 2016 1829
Pastor learned from the laity: when forced to 'listen, really listen to their stories,' NJ priest found the core of his calling. Jan 29, 2016 1167
Parsing priorities and plans: at meeting, bishops slow to adopt pope's vision. Dec 4, 2015 1880
US bishops set to select 'strategic priorities'. Nov 6, 2015 881
AFL-CIO leader sees Francis countering a 'solidarity deficit'. Interview Sep 11, 2015 1629
Raising their voices: groups seek to broaden input on issues for family synod. Aug 28, 2015 792
Doyle meets with members of pontifical commission on sex abuse. Interview Aug 14, 2015 1253
Discussion links subsidiarity and solidarity. Conference notes Jul 31, 2015 723
Solidarity grows from social justice tradition, says Wuerl. Jul 3, 2015 1355
Counting on the data: CARA's sociologists take some of the guesswork out of understanding the Catholic world. Jun 19, 2015 2637
Colonial wrongs cloud Sera's cause. Jun 19, 2015 1568
'The most profound influence on my life': reporter recalls rocky friendship with Fr. Theodore Hesburgh. Apr 24, 2015 4045
Funding climate change denial: report points to interlocking efforts of US, European think tanks. Apr 24, 2015 1258
Connecting religion and climate change: reverence for life underlies catholic case for environment. Jan 2, 2015 1753
Prioress who confronted Vatican dies at age 74. Obituary Oct 10, 2014 610
Pax Christi marks 70 years of pursuing peace. Oct 10, 2014 1329
School finds its footing amid demographic shifts. Sep 12, 2014 1289
Public Radio news team digs into the 'why'. Aug 1, 2014 731
Breaking the silence on war and women: long targets in conflict, they are critical to peace process, activists say. Jul 4, 2014 1437
Priests' letter to nuncio denounces bishop. Jun 20, 2014 1875
Ready for the next stage Australian church's quiet revolution 'had to happen'. Mar 28, 2014 3143
John Paul II's words gave force to aboriginal ministry. Mar 28, 2014 448
Demographics, abuse scandal underlie church's tectonic shifts. Mar 14, 2014 3515
Guatemala's tensions energize Jesuit artist's creativity. Feb 14, 2014 1397
Deacons help to expand church's welcome. Jan 31, 2014 1258
New transparency in Legion abuse case. Dec 20, 2013 1021
Sociologist has kept his eye on Catholicism. Dec 6, 2013 1831
New think tank considers the 'Francis factor': hundreds attend inaugural event of Georgetown social thought initiative. Oct 25, 2013 1026
A church that requires a different kind of bishop: as they organize for justice, indigenous shape Guatemala's faith and future. Interview Sep 13, 2013 3239
Revisiting Guatemala: confronting a violent past, a people find miracles in present. Aug 30, 2013 3037
Missioner came of age in Guatemala: black-and-white answers of youth weren't answers anymore. Interview Aug 30, 2013 2990
House of health: with support from US Catholics, clinic in Port-au-Prince empowers Haitians to aid their own community. Aug 30, 2013 1049
'This ain't a joint, it's a church': Erie Benedictines' collection of ministries serves a wounded city. Aug 30, 2013 1502
Swimming against a demographic tide. Jul 19, 2013 1768
O'Malley and Chaput epitomize church's different paths. Viewpoint essay Jun 21, 2013 1794
Bishop diagnoses the institutional disease. Book review Jun 21, 2013 798
Report decries 'Catholic McCarthyism': study recounts ongoing attacks on US bishops' anti-poverty program. Jun 21, 2013 1327
The 'Bike Lady': her shop in Asbury Park, N.J., supplies much more than bicycles. Jun 7, 2013 1583

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