NCR Today: Our fight against injustice needs to continue. Yet, to work against this president's success would be un-American. Republicans used that approach and it hurt our country.
Trump: Burke said he believed the election result reflected a long-running crisis in the U.S. and hoped the country can rediscover the “right path to follow.”
Despite a 16-month campaign, Trump's concrete policy proposals still leave much to the imagination for those working in social justice ministries, but women religious share worries for the poor, immigrants and refugees, and women.
Donald Trump's election evoked a myriad of reactions, from politicians, U.S. prelates, and the Vatican, to scholars and interest-group leaders.
On the ballot: Voters went against nearly all of the ballot initiatives backed by Catholic leaders and advocates, except the referendums on minimum wage increases and gun control.
What to Expect: President-elect Donald Trump’s pledge to "repeal and replace Obamacare" may be more about semantics than change, analysts say.
The Catholic vote divided as predicted, with whites favoring Trump and Latinos favoring Clinton.
NCR Today: The Catholic vote for Donald Trump continues the trend of Catholics almost always voting for winners in presidential elections.
Commentary: With Donald Trump heading to the White House, there are clear steps he needs to take to heal the wounds of the divisive campaign.
We say: We’ve come through the most bitter and demoralizing presidential campaign in modern history. What are we Catholic Americans to do?