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In Conversation is an in-depth look at the week's Catholic news as seen by the staff at National Catholic Reporter. Hosted by NCR engagement editor Brittany Wilmes, In Conversation features the top thinkers and journalists who report on the life of the Catholic church in the world. National Catholic Reporter is an independent newspaper based in Kansas City, Mo. Read more at www.ncronline.org.

Latest Episodes

Adoption connects Tennessee family with Catholic sisters in China

Billy and Robin Worley explain how Global Sisters Report led them to connect with the Catholic sisters who cared for their adopted daughter in her infancy.

22 MIN2018 DEC 22
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Adoption connects Tennessee family with Catholic sisters in China

Nuns and Nones: Women religious and millennials find a common spiritual path

GSR's Soli Salgado is on the show to discuss Nuns and Nones, a new movement that brings together Catholic sisters and Millennials who are religiously unaffiliated.Dominican Sr. Gloria Marie Jones and Mercy Sr. Judy Carle discuss why they’re excited by meeting with young adults who, at first blush, are walking a different path than Catholic sisters.

35 MIN2018 DEC 15
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Nuns and Nones: Women religious and millennials find a common spiritual path

Open wide our hearts: Unpacking the U.S. bishops' pastoral letter on racism

Fr. Joseph Brown, a Jesuit priest and professor at Southern Illinois University, offers a critique of the pastoral letter and outlines his vision for how the Catholic Church ought to challenge itself to grow in diversity and leadership.

29 MIN2018 DEC 7
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Open wide our hearts: Unpacking the U.S. bishops' pastoral letter on racism

How (and why) Jews appreciate Catholics

Julia Lieblich, a Chicago journalist and author, andRabbi James Rudin, who spent years as the American Jewish Committee's Interreligious Director and Senior Interreligious Adviser, talk about what they appreciate about Catholicism. Maureen Day, who teaches at the Franciscan School of Theology, examines the history of conflict in the Catholic Church and offers possible solutions to polarization.

39 MIN2018 DEC 1
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How (and why) Jews appreciate Catholics

Eating animals and climate change

This week, as folks in the United States sit down to tables full of food for Thanksgiving, NCR columnist Colman McCarthy warns against enjoying meat as a centerpiece, explaining that emissions from animals raised to feed people worldwide is greater than the air pollution by cars, trucks, planes and boats combined. NCR staff writer Brian Roewe also talks about the upcoming COP24 summit which will discuss just how well countries across the globe are holding up to their promises of lowering carbon emissions.

32 MIN2018 NOV 22
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Eating animals and climate change

What happened at the USCCB fall meeting?

NCR national correspondent Heidi Schlumpf and columnist Michael Sean Winters discuss the U.S. bishops' annual fall meeting and what it means for a church in crisis.Dan Stockman, national correspondent for Global Sisters Report, talks about the bishops’ vote to advance Sr. Thea Bowman’s cause for sainthood.

29 MIN2018 NOV 17
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What happened at the USCCB fall meeting?

Creating a future: New approaches to the opioid crisis

Elizabeth Eisenstadt Evans, a contributor to NCR and Global Sisters Report, talks about her reporting on the opioid epidemic and the efforts of faith-based groups and Catholic sisters to stem the tide of opioid abuse in the US.

29 MIN2018 NOV 10
Comments
Creating a future: New approaches to the opioid crisis

The 2018 midterm elections and the Catholic vote

NCR reporters Heidi Schlumpf, Brian Roewe and Maria Benevento talk about their recent political reporting and how polarity is changing the culture in some key midterms states. Columnist Michael Sean Winters explains the institutional and personality hurdles facing the November 6th midterm elections.

31 MIN2018 NOV 2
Comments
The 2018 midterm elections and the Catholic vote

Keeping families together: Catholic social teaching as a lens for immigration issues

Brenda Nettles Riojas, director of diocesan relations for the Diocese of Brownsville, Texas, and Clara Dina Hinojosa, associate editor of Celebration, talk about the plight of migrant families coming to the U.S. and how Catholics can help them.

29 MIN2018 OCT 27
Comments
Keeping families together: Catholic social teaching as a lens for immigration issues

Reporting from Rome: On the synod, women's rights and accountability

NCR Vatican correspondent Joshua McElwee and national correspondent Heidi Schlumpftalk about their recent reporting from Rome on the synod of bishops focused on youth and young adults.

19 MIN2018 OCT 20
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Reporting from Rome: On the synod, women's rights and accountability

Latest Episodes

Adoption connects Tennessee family with Catholic sisters in China

Billy and Robin Worley explain how Global Sisters Report led them to connect with the Catholic sisters who cared for their adopted daughter in her infancy.

22 MIN2018 DEC 22
Comments
Adoption connects Tennessee family with Catholic sisters in China

Nuns and Nones: Women religious and millennials find a common spiritual path

GSR's Soli Salgado is on the show to discuss Nuns and Nones, a new movement that brings together Catholic sisters and Millennials who are religiously unaffiliated.Dominican Sr. Gloria Marie Jones and Mercy Sr. Judy Carle discuss why they’re excited by meeting with young adults who, at first blush, are walking a different path than Catholic sisters.

35 MIN2018 DEC 15
Comments
Nuns and Nones: Women religious and millennials find a common spiritual path

Open wide our hearts: Unpacking the U.S. bishops' pastoral letter on racism

Fr. Joseph Brown, a Jesuit priest and professor at Southern Illinois University, offers a critique of the pastoral letter and outlines his vision for how the Catholic Church ought to challenge itself to grow in diversity and leadership.

29 MIN2018 DEC 7
Comments
Open wide our hearts: Unpacking the U.S. bishops' pastoral letter on racism

How (and why) Jews appreciate Catholics

Julia Lieblich, a Chicago journalist and author, andRabbi James Rudin, who spent years as the American Jewish Committee's Interreligious Director and Senior Interreligious Adviser, talk about what they appreciate about Catholicism. Maureen Day, who teaches at the Franciscan School of Theology, examines the history of conflict in the Catholic Church and offers possible solutions to polarization.

39 MIN2018 DEC 1
Comments
How (and why) Jews appreciate Catholics

Eating animals and climate change

This week, as folks in the United States sit down to tables full of food for Thanksgiving, NCR columnist Colman McCarthy warns against enjoying meat as a centerpiece, explaining that emissions from animals raised to feed people worldwide is greater than the air pollution by cars, trucks, planes and boats combined. NCR staff writer Brian Roewe also talks about the upcoming COP24 summit which will discuss just how well countries across the globe are holding up to their promises of lowering carbon emissions.

32 MIN2018 NOV 22
Comments
Eating animals and climate change

What happened at the USCCB fall meeting?

NCR national correspondent Heidi Schlumpf and columnist Michael Sean Winters discuss the U.S. bishops' annual fall meeting and what it means for a church in crisis.Dan Stockman, national correspondent for Global Sisters Report, talks about the bishops’ vote to advance Sr. Thea Bowman’s cause for sainthood.

29 MIN2018 NOV 17
Comments
What happened at the USCCB fall meeting?

Creating a future: New approaches to the opioid crisis

Elizabeth Eisenstadt Evans, a contributor to NCR and Global Sisters Report, talks about her reporting on the opioid epidemic and the efforts of faith-based groups and Catholic sisters to stem the tide of opioid abuse in the US.

29 MIN2018 NOV 10
Comments
Creating a future: New approaches to the opioid crisis

The 2018 midterm elections and the Catholic vote

NCR reporters Heidi Schlumpf, Brian Roewe and Maria Benevento talk about their recent political reporting and how polarity is changing the culture in some key midterms states. Columnist Michael Sean Winters explains the institutional and personality hurdles facing the November 6th midterm elections.

31 MIN2018 NOV 2
Comments
The 2018 midterm elections and the Catholic vote

Keeping families together: Catholic social teaching as a lens for immigration issues

Brenda Nettles Riojas, director of diocesan relations for the Diocese of Brownsville, Texas, and Clara Dina Hinojosa, associate editor of Celebration, talk about the plight of migrant families coming to the U.S. and how Catholics can help them.

29 MIN2018 OCT 27
Comments
Keeping families together: Catholic social teaching as a lens for immigration issues

Reporting from Rome: On the synod, women's rights and accountability

NCR Vatican correspondent Joshua McElwee and national correspondent Heidi Schlumpftalk about their recent reporting from Rome on the synod of bishops focused on youth and young adults.

19 MIN2018 OCT 20
Comments
Reporting from Rome: On the synod, women's rights and accountability
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