A NOTE FROM OUR PUBLISHER: The U.S. bishops have challenged some of Joe Biden’s public positions as problematic because they cause confusion about Church teaching. But for many Catholics, the bishops’ stance on whether politicians should be allowed to receive the Eucharist when their public positions are at odds with Church teaching is equally confusing.
Biden will nominate Antony Blinken, former Deputy Secretary of State under President Obama, to be the next Secretary of State.
The pro-life Susan B. Anthony List and its partner Women Speak Out PAC are “all-in” for the two Republicans Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue, spending more than $4 million in the two races and aiming to reach 1 million voters before election day.
COMMENTARY: Leadership in furtherance of the country’s first freedom is the obligation of the president, regardless of political affiliation, yet Biden/Harris have signaled Trump administration advances for conscience protections may be threatened.
The presumptive president-elect’s legislative priorities could be stalled by a GOP-controlled Senate, but a Biden presidency could move swiftly in terms of pro-abortion appointments and executive actions.
Newcomers to public service encourage other Catholics to enter the public arena.
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.