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.
Round up of down-ballott issues and how faith groups are responding
Distinctly Catholic: In the business world, negotiations are almost always about things that can be denominated. Not so in the political realm.
Catholic college and university administrators are expressing grave concerns about what they call an unprecedented push to make learning on public college and university campuses "free."
St. Augustine: "Rome fell. America might. Augustine helps us understand and respond," tweeted Catholic writer Ryan Anderson.
NCR Today: The Latino vote was indispensable in the election of Obama in 2008 and 2012. I have no doubt that it will provide the edge for the winner again.
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