The final panel of Georgetown's "Faith and the Faithful in U.S. Politics" series revealed that Democratic Party leaders and members have very different agendas regarding religion.
What are the roots of our current state of cultural discontent and division? What role can Catholic social teaching play in bringing together a divided nation? A panel discussion about these things was June 3, part of an ongoing series of dialogues on religion and society sponsored by Georgetown University.
Book review: As a thought exercise and as a refresher on Scripture, Gina Messina's Jesus in the White House: Make Humanity Great Again is both enlightening and a little bit humbling.
An ebullient church service on May 24 intended to "reclaim the integrity of faith during political and moral crisis" segued into a silent candlelight procession through the capital city's downtown streets before ending in prayer and song about 90 minutes later opposite the White House.