Established in 1964, the National Catholic Reporter (NCR) stands as one of the few, if not the only truly independent, journalistic outlet for Catholics and others who struggle with the complex moral and societal issues of the day. NCR is a religious news source with worldly interests; the biweekly newspaper reports and comments on the church in the modern world and also covers the religious, political and social forces shaping public policies and institutions. Having developed in the spirit of the Second Vatican Council, NCR maintains a lay-managed, independent spirit dedicated to telling the stories of injustice that others simply will not print. In addition to news, analysis and commentary, each issue of NCR includes a special section focusing on a core topic affecting the church: Ecology, Family Life, Peace and Justice, Women and more.
For the last eleven consecutive years, the Catholic Press Association has awarded the National Catholic Reporter with its highest award for journalism.
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