NCR Today: Religious leaders engaged in political rhetoric need “to have conversations in a prophetic mode that don’t become injurious.”
The so-called Republican establishment created Donald Trump.
These Republicans, such as Mitt Romney, are now launching attacks on Trump as they fear that he will win enough delegates to become the presidential nominee. Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz in the recent debates have finally begun to criticize Trump for his bad-boy behavior and his outrageous verbal assaults on them and other candidates. The mainstream media in turn seems to suggest that more moderate conservatives (whatever that means) are panicked about Trump.
But is this is all wrong.
In an appeal to the faithful, 40 conservative Catholic leaders have denounced GOP frontrunner Donald Trump as a demagogue and danger to the nation and the Republican Party.
NCR Today: When it comes to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the un-statesmanlike Donald Trump displays the sensitivities of a true statesman.
Vice President Joe Biden and former House Speaker John Boehner, devout Catholics and longtime political foes, will share the Lateare Award, a prestigious honor from the University of Notre Dame.
Tennessee Catholic leaders continue to oppose a bill moving through the state Legislature that seeks to halt refugee resettlement by suing the federal government.
NCR Today: Bernie Sanders' speech at Liberty University is good Lenten reading, about morality, justice and care of the poor.
The fate of the controversial Texas abortion law is in the hands of the Supreme Court, and a decision is not expected before June.
Faith and Justice: When I was a young political science student, a criticism of American political parties was that they did not stand for anything.
Distinctly Catholic: The key takeaway from yesterday's results -- anger continues to drive the Republican race and continues to not drive the Democratic contest.