NCR Today: Our fight against injustice needs to continue. Yet, to work against this president's success would be un-American. Republicans used that approach and it hurt our country.
Trump: Burke said he believed the election result reflected a long-running crisis in the U.S. and hoped the country can rediscover the “right path to follow.”
Young Voices: I look to Jesus' example as a brutal campaign for power ends and initiates a new moment of anxiety and hope in the Divided States of America.
Despite a 16-month campaign, Trump's concrete policy proposals still leave much to the imagination for those working in social justice ministries, but women religious share worries for the poor, immigrants and refugees, and women.
Donald Trump's election evoked a myriad of reactions, from politicians, U.S. prelates, and the Vatican, to scholars and interest-group leaders.
Distinctly Catholic: While the government is now entirely in the hands of the Republican Party, the party faces some major, immediate challenges.
NCR Today: Election responses: What it will take for President Trump to build the wall; Iran nuclear deal could could collapse; Italy next in anti-establishment wave
The Catholic vote divided as predicted, with whites favoring Trump and Latinos favoring Clinton.
The Field Hospital: Jesuit parish to focus on human trafficking; politics in a church bulletin; "returning citizens" tell their stories; Home Starter Kit helps flood victims.
Distinctly Catholic: Speaking today with Catholic scholars who study the intersection of religion and politics, it is apparent that the mood is somewhere between fearful and apocalyptic.