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
Washington, D.C.: City council passed measure that would allow terminally ill people a medically assisted death
Just Catholic: For an accurate read on what's most likely to happen in the 2016 presidential election, I went to a real expert: an Irish bookmaker.
Blaine Amendment: up for vote in Oklahoma; Oklahoma City Archbishop Paul S. Coakley says repealing amendment would "right a historical wrong."
NCR Today: Wittingly or not, James Comey's actions placed his thumb on the scale in favor of a particular candidate.
Panelists from Catholic University of America, Public Religion Research Institute and Voto Latino spoke Monday about modern Catholics' political leanings, and how that reflects wider populace trends.