Some see the report on the ex-cardinal as a product of the same type of institutional failure it sought to investigate.
Newcomers to public service encourage other Catholics to enter the public arena.
In Election’s Aftermath, Catholics Engaged in Political Battle Urged Not to Lose the Fight for Holiness
In the wake of an acrimonious battle, the faithful are encouraged to focus on the eternal.
As the political landscape shifts, the GOP is poised to maintain its social conservatism while becoming more racially diverse, pro-working class and — according to some — consistent with the breadth of Church teaching.
Friends and colleagues say the longtime Church leader’s talents and accomplishments were only overshadowed by his character and fidelity to friends and family.
Facebook and Twitter draw scrutiny over blocked content that curbs free speech and calls for government regulation over the platforms.
The Catholic commentator spoke with the Register about Facebook and Twitter’s clampdown on his newspaper’s reporting about Joe Biden’s son Hunter, relevant to the presidential election.
Theologians Say Tradition Backs Pope’s Teaching on Private Property in Fratelli Tutti, Others Express Concerns
In his new encyclical Fratelli Tutti, the Holy Father stressed that the right to private property is subordinate to the universal destination of goods.