At the Intersection: I fear that most of the men support Donald Trump want to return to a previous time of unchecked power.
Eco Catholic: America embraced the undecided voter and his red sweater after Sunday night's debate, but did they actually hear his question?
Editorial: By emphasizing a single issue and making it obligatory to vote according to a candidate's stance on that issue, bishops put many Catholics in a difficult position.
Faith and Justice: Polls show white Catholics have up and down with their support for Donald Trump. Where they land on Election Day will matter.
A Trump liaison called the leaked emails a sign of "open anti-Catholic bigotry" among senior Clinton advisors, while the Clinton campaign dismissed them as a "faux controversy."
Distinctly Catholic: The trajectory of the presidential campaign was not affected by the debate so much as by the videotape of Trump.
Debate reaction: Seven individuals, younger Catholic women planning to vote Nov. 8, watched the debate Sunday night and then spoke with NCR reporters.
Second presidential debate: Trump scored last night when he repeatedly reminded people that Hillary Clinton had been in Washington for 30 years and things had not gotten much better.
Making A Difference: It is crucial for Christians to enter the voting booth with a well-formed conscience based on Gospel values.
NCR interviews an instrumental player in a large coalition of organizations that helped shape what is still known as "Obamacare."