Simply Spirit: Trump's cabinet picks do not bode well. But I take heart in remembering that the majority of Americans voted for a different set of values.
Affordable Care Act
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?
2016: During the election year talk, health care as a whole was not a top issue as it competed against the economy, terrorism, foreign policy, gun control and immigration.
Just Catholic: It's not just about elections. It is also about mundane issues. There's a lot of "that's mine and you can't have it" going around.
Promising to make Obamacare go away, as President-elect Donald Trump did repeatedly, and actually figuring out how to do it, are two very different things.
Politicians who speak of family values would do well to understand all that term entails, says a letter from 44 lay and religious Catholic women.
Donald Trump has a message for U.S. Catholics: I'll be there for you as president. Trump offered those words in a letter dated Wednesday.
Part 2 of 2: E.J. Dionne, columnist for The Washington Post, also discusses the working class, and bishop opposition to the Affordable Care Act.
NCR Editorial: The cries of "We won!" over the Supreme Court non-decision regarding the Obamacare contraception requirement miss the cold fact that no one has won anything.
Justice Antonin Scalia was the face of a conservative legal movement that not only confronted dominant liberal legal attitudes, but also revolutionized what it meant to be a conservative justice.