Results from Tag: 'politics'

Visitors to the U.S. Capitol Rotunda in Washington, DC, take in the sights Tuesday near the painting depicting the moment on June 28, 1776, when the first draft of the Declaration of Independence was presented to the Second Continental Congress. Today, in the Capitol, Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) is trying to secure the 217 votes needed to become House speaker.

Searching for Decency in US Politics

The bipartisan spirit of vengeance and extremism now animating US politics threatens to turn America into the superpower version of those unhappy places where seeking high office can land you in prison.

A genuinely Catholic approach to baptism sees salvation as something communal and embodied.

Water Is Thicker Than Blood

COMMENTARY: Our baptism into Christ’s passion and death purifies our political passions and saves us from deadly idolatry.