Young Voices: Experiencing humility because of our own hypocrisy is usually a good thing, but I think it is especially important at the end of this particular presidential campaign.
Legalizing Marijuana: Catholic leaders are urging voters to reject propositions to allow recreational marijuana
Washington, D.C.: City council passed measure that would allow terminally ill people a medically assisted death
Just Catholic: For an accurate read on what's most likely to happen in the 2016 presidential election, I went to a real expert: an Irish bookmaker.
Blaine Amendment: up for vote in Oklahoma; Oklahoma City Archbishop Paul S. Coakley says repealing amendment would "right a historical wrong."
NCR Today: Wittingly or not, James Comey's actions placed his thumb on the scale in favor of a particular candidate.
Panelists from Catholic University of America, Public Religion Research Institute and Voto Latino spoke Monday about modern Catholics' political leanings, and how that reflects wider populace trends.
Grace on the Margins: Before voting, Catholics should consider how their understandings of women and gender roles might contribute to their dislike of Clinton.
Assisted Suicide: measures on ballots for D.C. and Colorado; bill passed in New Jersey senate.
Pope Francis' words and courtesies in the land of Swedish Lutheranism were exemplary. Had someone of similar irenic temperament been at the helm in Martin Luther's time, might he have defused the conflict and avoided the split?