Commentary: Immigration hovers over the Trump administration like an ever-present cloud. President Donald Trump predicated much of his presidential campaign on fear, and its focus was often the immigration of people from poorer countries into the United States.
Commentary: The case of Janus v. AFSCME implicates fundamental principles of Catholic social thought. Leo XIII, John Paul II, Francis, and all other popes of the 20th and 21st centuries have insisted on the centrality of labor.
Commentary: A president's budget reflects his vision for America. From that perspective, President Donald Trump's vision is stark, with the most affluent individuals and powerful corporations accumulating more wealth — and wielding more power.
Commentary: Bishop Fabian Bruskewitz's 1996 decree excommunicating all Call to Action members in his Lincoln Diocese has had a profound effect, but the bridge his successor Bishop James Conley is trying to build only adds to an already confusing situation.