by Ed Simon
Our understandings of romance, family, sexuality, and gender have been in flux in the past – within the Church no less – and no amount of thundering about “How the Vatican views it now is how it has always been” can change that.
by Okla Elliott
Catholics usually vote for the winner. They did so this time as well.
In 1960 the Worry Was that a Candidate Was too Catholic to Be President Not that He Wasn't Catholic Enough
by Robert Rupp
As we celebrate the 45th anniversary of a primary that affirmed the relationship between Catholics and electoral politics, let us acknowledge that questions about the relationship between private faith and presidential politics, if not presidential governance, continues.
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