Distinctly Catholic: Russia's alleged use of fake news to affect the election raises questions about how we in the media operate.
At the Washington Post, Jack Jenkins on how Donald Trump is stoking a revival....on the religious left!
Distinctly Catholic: Are Rex Tillerson, the nominee for secretary of state, and President-elect Donald Trump properly understood as pragmatists?
Distinctly Catholic: Part 3 of a three-part series discussing the theologies of Pope Francis and his predecessors: embodying the six touchstones of post-conciliar life.
Michael Gerson deserves a Pulitzer Prize for his commentary this year regarding Donald Trump. Maybe a Nobel. Here is his latest. The Lingbergh analogy is precise and, regrettably, one that we may be returning to again and again in the next four years.
Distinctly Catholic: Part 2 of a three-part series discussing the theologies of the papacies of Pope Paul VI and Pope Francis: Why were Paul VI's accomplishments so easily ignored?
In yesterday's Washington Post, Michael Kinsley makes the case that Donald Trump is a fascist in the clinical sense of the word. How many people who voted for Trump expected the titans of corporate America to be running the government? How many care provided Team Trump gets "results"?
Distinctly Catholic: Part 1 of a three-part series discussing the theologies of the papacies of Pope Paul VI and Pope Francis, who is facing unprecedented opposition.
Distinctly Catholic: Many Democrats think that the filibuster is the only thing standing between them and certain defeat on issues that they care about in the next four years.
Distinctly Catholic: Given the stakes in Syria, the time for dialogue, unsupported by force, is useless and actually making the situation worse for the people of Syria.