Asked whom they would vote for if the election were held today, 61 percent of Jewish adults said Clinton, and 19 percent picked GOP nominee Trump in the American Jewish Committee survey.
NCR Today: In the presidential campaign so far, including recent forums, there's been little mention of the dearth of actual military policy content.
NCR Today: Days after the vice presidential candidate expressed hope that the church may someday alter its teachings toward same-sex marriage, several bishops are saying not so fast.
Distinctly Catholic: Journalism is never free from value judgments, but that does not mean that there are no objective standards either.
NCR Today: There are so many issues to address regarding the 2016 election, which is now only two months away.
A Sept. 9 letter from USCCB officials to the Department of Health and Human Services said ompromise could be reached in the Affordable Care Act's contraceptive requirement.
Distinctly Catholic: There are no more strict separationists, to be sure. But, that does not mean distinctions between politics and religion are useless.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton spoke at the National Baptist Convention USA's 136th annual session at the Kansas City Convention Center.
Distinctly Catholic: Far more fascinating, though not entertaining, than the Commander-in-Chief forum itself has been the reaction to the forum.
Faith and Justice: The choice between labor and equipment should not be tilted in favor of equipment by the government. It should be a decision based on costs without interference.