Georgetown University's third season of Initiative on Catholic Social Thought and Public Life talks started with a discussion about the uniqueness of this year's presidential campaign.
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NCR Today: The political conventions of 2016 are now history. They offer a study in contrasts.
Tim LaHaye, the evangelical leader known for his conservative politics and the best-selling "Left Behind" series, has died at age 90.
At a memorial Tuesday, President Barack Obama said he didn't believe America was as divided as sometimes portrayed, but struggles to understand the plight of others.
Commentary: Buoyed by technological advances, the U.S. military is about to take a giant step forward in fighting wars without directly endangering American soldiers.
Rome: "How do you say the truth without wounding mercy? How do you be merciful without omitting the truth?"
The rise of ISIS (also known as Daesh, ISIL, or the "Islamic State") is a direct consequence of the fateful U.S. invasion and occupation of Iraq.
Commentary: In the era of Pope Francis, the whole event has the taste of rotten eggs that should have been thrown out long ago.
Grace on the Margins: Fordham University gave John O. Brennan, now director of the CIA, an honorary degree in 2012. The decision quickly became a cause of concern.
Marriage is not only a social good, but an economic one as well, said speakers on a recent panel on "The Future of Marriage in America."
"Good marriages truly lead to a flourishing society," said moderator Kate Bryan, communications director for the American Principles Project.
It is "statistically proven that children do best" in a traditional, two-parent household, said Wade Horn, who served as assistant secretary for children and families in the Department of Health and Human Services under President George W. Bush.