Distinctly Catholic: The Democrats' path ahead is currently obscured; the sooner they examine what has happened with clear eyes and candor, the sooner they can recover.
NCR Today: I don't know anyone who voted for Donald Trump. But I'd like to understand what voters saw or heard in his message, his candidacy.
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.
The Catholic vote divided as predicted, with whites favoring Trump and Latinos favoring Clinton.
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.
Eco Catholic: The United States plays a key leadership role in the kind of policies we enact at home and advocate internationally.
American values: In the latest PRRI poll, a majority of white Americans believe things have gotten worse since the 1950s, while the majority of blacks and Hispanics think things have improved.
Pew report: America's culture wars remain at full tilt when it comes to the religious liberties of wedding vendors and use of public bathrooms by transgender people.
Eco Catholic: Catholics and others are troubled with the almost invisible profile of climate change this election season.