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.
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COMMENTARY: The Catholic politician ran for president almost 100 years ago. The way he responded to attacks on his faith offers five lessons for our own engagement in politics — and in arguments about politics.
“Christ always stood out from the crowd and we must be willing to do the same.”
Experts in civil and canon law explain why Catholic clerics do not endorse political candidates, and why that issue touches on the religious liberty of the Church.
COMMENTARY: It is possible that Catholic rhetoric regarding Trump is influenced by the high-octane and low-civility rhetoric that is found all over Washington, beginning with the White House.