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?
Election Day: The latest poll shows that 54 percent of white Catholics are voting for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
Updated with diocese's response: Critics lambasted Pavone's broadcast of the graphic images, which took place the Sunday morning before the election.
Distinctly Catholic: The disconnect between elections and governance is profoundly unhealthy for a democracy. It feeds the sense of disenfranchisement that Trump has manipulated so shamelessly and so successfully.
Post-Election Communion: After a presidential campaign many consider extremely divisive, thousands will end this election season in the pews, reminding themselves of God's sovereignty.
NCR Today: The founder of Latinos for Trump warned of taco trucks on every corner. That would be great!
From Where I Stand: Up to now, I didn't write about so important a subject as the presidential election, which seemed like a tiger, impossible to ride.
San Diego Parish Bulletin: An insert and article in a San Diego parish's bulletin saying Catholics were going to hell if they voted for Hillary Clinton and claiming Clinton was influenced by Satan are inappropriate and do not reflect Catholic teaching or diocesan policies, said a spokesman for the San Diego Diocese.
This morning’s Baltimore Sun had a powerful editorial written by an Egyptian immigrant, Amgad Naguib. I believe it should be read by every voter before going into the polls.