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    NCR Today

    Transition to Trump

    NCR Today: President-elect Donald Trump will find out that he does not have absolute unfettered power. We may be seeing the first signs of this accountability. 


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    NCR Today

    NCR Today: Welcoming the Prince of Peace into our homes this year will be difficult for many of us as we ponder the deep divisions that plague us.


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    NCR Today

    NCR Today: Those who are concerned about the results of this election need to consider involving themselves in the political process starting at the local level.


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    NCR Today

    NCR Today: Moving forward on married priests does not mean that the quest for female priests should not continue. But ending the mandatory celibacy rule is also critical.


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    NCR Today

    NCR Today: If the Catholic church truly believes in a consistent ethic of life, it cannot hold back when so many are being killed.


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    NCR Today

    NCR Today: Routine and responsibility of the office of the presidency do not seem to be enough to anchor Donald Trump's personal impulses.


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    NCR Today

    NCR Today: The foreign policy coming out of this White House is heading in an entirely different direction than anything we have seen since the end of World War II. 


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    NCR Today

    NCR Today: We have seen dysfunctional government for far too long now, and coalitions need to be built, so the Democrats should be the responsible party in Washington, not obstructionists.


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    NCR Today

    NCR Today: President Trump's travel ban excludes so many people who have every legal right to be here -- people who have contributed and continue to contribute to our country.


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    NCR Today

    NCR Today: We need to do better. We need to be more open to the ideals our country has always stood for but not always embraced.