More than any other religious group, it is America’s Catholic bishops who lend moral support and cover to the current border situation.
It lacks any facts because it’s a pressure piece, pure and simple, designed to intimidate America’s bishops into doing what The New York Times thinks they should do.
Cardinal Robert Sarah’s departure invites suspicions of a continuing purge by Pope Francis of opponents to his project.
Officials from the Vatican held back a statement from the U.S. Catholic Conference of Bishops, which warned Catholics that the incoming Biden administration holds an extreme anti-Catholic policy agenda.
Through 2020’s disease, uncertainty, government power over religion, and attacks on saints and churches, our bishops have chosen the path of secular popularity, closing their doors and politely nodding along with the elites.
Promoting public health through vaccines seems like the right thing to do, but there’s a good reason to preserve religious exemptions: Some vaccines rely on cell lines from aborted fetal tissue.
The data show the Catholic voting demographic is more important than you might assume. Could Joe Biden use his Catholic background to his advantage?
How Catholic self-conception is key to understanding arguments in favor of staying in the church, despite recent scandals.
The Vatican and its defenders seem to believe they can ride out the current child abuse scandal with the Clinton playbook in a #MeToo era.
Francis’ unorthodoxy shouldn’t have been surprising. He’s a dyed-in-the-wool Jesuit who came of age in the post-Vatican II world.
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