As an African-American and a Catholic bishop, I have looked forward to visiting the new Smithsonian Museum of African American History and Culture and examining its treatment of the church.
A radical in issues of war and peace and labor and the distribution of wealth, Day was always a traditional Catholic, holding firmly to the rules of the church and especially intolerant of innovations in worship.
Fr. Tom Reese's essay looks at rural and blue-collar voters and the big-city billionaire they put into office. Will they now expect him to keep his promises?
Essay: Controversy surrounding Franklin D. Roosevelt continues to intensify, more than 70 years after his death.
Essay: Nearly 100 years ago, during World War I, Ben Salmon, who opposed war and the theory of just war, refused to cooperate in a draft questionnaire.
Essay: I have come to understand that a wake is a version of a funeral Mass and that a funeral home is a church by another name.
Essay: This autobiographical essay, reflecting on my awareness of racism and white privilege in my theological journey, has not been easy to write.
Essay: My vocation was not to be a Maryknoll missionary or a monk, but something else.
Essay: Legislation protecting LGBT people from discrimination is a civil rights imperative that the Catholic church is obligated to support.
Essay: Five reasons underlie the church's pivot to a positive vision of peace and a point of view that goes well beyond the just war theory.