Faith and Justice: If the Vatican with a clear conscience can invite speakers holding views contrary to church teaching, why can't Catholic colleges?
The Speaker of the House apologized at the Jesuit university Wednesday for previously referring to recipients of government benefits as "takers and makers."
NCR Today: Universities are about politics as much as they are education.
Distinctly Catholic: Listening to Donald Trump's "serious" speech on foreign policy yesterday, complete with a teleprompter, brought a Winston Churchill quote to mind
If Christians and other religious minorities disappear in Iraq and Syria, "pluralism and stability leave with them," the head of the Knights of Columbus told a congressional commission April 19.
Amelia McGowan sees "a tremendous victory" in the April 19 death of a Mississippi bill that would have required local law enforcement officers to detain anyone in the country illegally.
Just Catholic: A North Carolina bathroom ordinance has everybody mad at everybody else, and no one is talking through the issues.
GSR Preview: Sisters gathered in front of the U.S. Supreme Court building April 18 as justices heard oral arguments regarding Obama Administration immigration policies.
Essay: Legislation protecting LGBT people from discrimination is a civil rights imperative that the Catholic church is obligated to support.
Commentary: Candidates for national office often get scrutiny for their charitable giving. Republicans are also terrible at giving. Sanders gave a mere 4 percent of his income to charity.