Distinctly Catholic: The key takeaway from yesterday's results -- anger continues to drive the Republican race and continues to not drive the Democratic contest.
Two-thirds of Republicans in Super Tuesday states say religion is very important to them, compared with 53 percent of Democrats.
Distinctly Catholic: Was Pope Francis out of line, as Donald Trump and others assert, by making a categorical judgment about persons who hold a certain view on immigration issues?
Commentary: On March 2, the most important abortion case since 1992’s Planned Parenthood v. Casey will be argued before the U.S. Supreme Court. Listen for these five things.
The Italian Senate legalized same-sex unions but those opposed to the bill succeeded in stripping a key component of the proposed law regarding family rights for gays.
The mentally ill and consenting minors in Canada should be allowed to choose physician-assisted suicide, a federal parliamentary committee recommended. The report was introduced in the House of Commons Thursday.
Distinctly Catholic: For his leadership in confronting climate change and the degradation of the environment, Pope Francis should win this year’s Nobel Peace Prize.
Young Voices: Recognizing that he had unhealthy obsession with politics, the author's friend gave up politics for Lent -- during the 2008 presidential primary election season.
We tend to assume that Republican judges will be friendlier to religious freedom than their Democratic counterparts. The lessons of the last 26 years suggest otherwise.
The Knights of Columbus, based in New Haven, Connecticut, and the Washington-based group In Defense of Christians have mounted a petition campaign asking John Kerry to make a genocide declaration.