Just Catholic: Whatever happened to the moral and ethical arguments of political debate?
Distinctly Catholic: The video and statements by USCCB president Archbishop Joseph Kurtz about the U.S. presidential election are puzzling and disturbing.
Commentary: The Christian right once said we need men of strong character to lead our nation. But that was before.
In an Oct. 14 ruling, the Florida Supreme Court said the death penalty cannot be imposed unless the jury is unanimous in supporting such a sentence.
NCR Today: As moderator of Wednesday night's final presidential debate, Chris Wallace has a more extreme challenge -- and bigger stakes -- than the journalists who preceded him.
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."