We say: Repealing the Johnson Amendment would inevitably tarnish the church by subjecting it even more to the temptation to politicize the Gospel.
We say: Recent cases bolster arguments that the Supreme Court should reconsider not only its ruling on midazolam, but on all executions, no matter what methods are used.
We say: President Donald Trump is forcing us to consider ourselves in ways and at levels unprecedented in modern U.S. politics.
We say: We must dig deep into our Catholic social teachings to re-establish our foundations. We must stand with the working class, the elderly, children and the poor.
We say: Obama's eight years as president will be a major chapter in presidential history. Despite the opposition he faced, his record over two terms is impressive.
We say: The martyrdom of Fr. Stanley Rother forces U.S. Catholics, to confront the complicity of our culture — and by extension, of each of us — in his martyrdom.
We say: We owe it to ourselves to take control of what we can within our own homes and on the screens of the increasing numbers of devices we consult constantly.
Editorial: Marie Dennis, co-president of Pax Christi International, has long known that making peace requires not only new ways of acting, but also new ways of seeing and thinking.
Editorial: President-elect Trump and those who will be controlling Congress have their first challenge as they take up the reins of power: $125 billion in administrative waste.
Editorial: We are called to be a people of faith, but to continue to rely on divine intervention to escape nuclear disaster is an abuse of that faith.