Don Clemmer

Don Clemmer is a writer, communications professional and former staffer of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops. He writes from Indiana and edits Cross Roads magazine for the Catholic Diocese of Lexington. Follow him on Twitter: @clemmer_don.

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Not all welcome guidelines on hymn lyrics

Catholic Trump supporters see moment of division, resignation

Summit challenges white students to be true allies in battle against racism

Transgender Catholics criticize retiring archbishop's letter on 'gender ideology'

For Appalachia pastors, reopening means walking with the poor and vulnerable

New St. Louis archbishop connects with a pope who 'connects the dots'

Path to priesthood leads Ohio woman to create community at Hildegard Haus

A socially distanced funeral with a Catholic spirit

'Catholics for Trump' puts Fr. Frank Pavone back in the spotlight

Pandemic economics create widespread upheaval, opportunities for reform

Pandemic response raises institutional stresses, new ways to be church

Catholic Worker confronts new era

GOP apostate aims to school Democrats on beating the devil on the ballot

Chicago guidelines raise role, or lack thereof, of eulogies in Catholic funerals

Mission of kindness: TV's 'Mr. McFeely' recalls the witness of Mr. Rogers

Evangelizing young 'nones' is Bishop Robert Barron's brand

'Rehumanize' conference explores exits from violent systems

Katrina Jackson offers glimpse of 'whole-life' politics in Louisiana

Prolonged GM strike stirs faith community to help neighbors

Mass shootings spur moves toward preparedness in churches, schools