Four journalists told a program sponsored by The Catholic University of America that Obama could be successful, but only if Americans work together.
NCR Today: Sixty-four Catholics signed a letter calling on Catholic members of Congress to follow the church's teaching on the ethic of life by standing up to the NRA.
The Catholic owners of an Illinois health services consulting company have won a temporary restraining order against the state's contraceptive mandate.
A federal appeals court dismissed an ACLU challenge to a contract between the Department of Health and Human Services and the USCCB, saying the case was moot because the contract expired.
Fourteen Catholics, including a bishop and members of LCWR, have added their names to a letter that calls for stringent new national gun measures.
A November survey found that 37 percent of Americans believe homosexual behavior is a sin, down from 44 percent the previous year.
The debt ceiling. Immigration. Tax reform. Gun control. All are at the top of Washington's agenda, making 2013 an interesting year.
The article in L'Osservatore Romano says gay marriage proponents woo millions with their promise of perfect social and economic equality.
The dean of the Washington National Cathedral said it is "a great honor" to lead the cathedral's march toward greater equality.
Some Catholic physicians, including those who do not prescribe contraceptives, are questioning the safety of allowing oral contraceptives to be sold over the counter, as the nation's largest body of obstetricians and gynecologists recommended in December.
Dr. Kathleen Raviele, an obstetrician-gynecologist in Atlanta and former president of the Catholic Medical Association, warned that because birth-control pills can raise blood pressure and cause strokes and heart attacks, such drugs should only be prescribed by a physician.