The former U.S. Senator of Pennsylvania talks openly about the recent violence in Washington, the integrity of American voting, and offers advice for all Catholics as we move forward under a Biden administration.
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COMMENTARY: Trump’s exit from the political spotlight can be an occasion for Catholics in the U.S. to give witness, by word and deed, to the enduring truths contained in our tradition but intended for all men and women of goodwill.
COMMENTARY: Americans’ weakened trust in elections is attributed in part to the electoral institution itself and to high-profile cases of alleged stolen elections.
How does a president-elect becomes officially designated as the next commander in chief?
Archbishop Jose Gomez told bishops Tuesday that a future President Biden, as a Catholic, would present unique challenges for the Church in the United States, especially regarding Biden policy positions at odds with Catholic doctrine.
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.
According to exit polls, the vote seemed to split nearly evenly.
The outcome in January’s Peach State runoff elections will determine which party controls the Senate.
John F. Kennedy’s game-changing election 60 years ago differs starkly from Joe Biden’s campaign this year, but the first Catholic president paved the way for the likely next.