COMMENTARY: Despite the president’s theme of unity and the gloss of religious language, his inaugural address was intensely partisan, void of reference to the truly transcendent. Biden envisioned a country made in his party’s image, and his plan for ‘unity’ is strikingly, strictly political.
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COMMENTARY: As the bishops work with a new administration, Archbishop José Gomez, not Cardinal Blase Cupich, is emerging as the authentic interpreter of Pope Francis in the U.S. on life, liberty and immigration.
Biden, the second Catholic to become president of the United States, said on Wednesday that “to restore the soul and secure the future of America requires so much more than words."
COMMENTARY: Even were there an avalanche of good political news on the horizon for other parts of our social-justice agenda, here are two good reasons Catholics must insist on an end to abortion.
Archbishop Gomez voiced hope that Biden will be willing to work with the Church and avoid expanding abortion and contraception.