Distinctly Catholic: The key takeaway from yesterday's results -- anger continues to drive the Republican race and continues to not drive the Democratic contest.
Distinctly Catholic: Was Pope Francis out of line, as Donald Trump and others assert, by making a categorical judgment about persons who hold a certain view on immigration issues?
Distinctly Catholic: In this Jubilee Year of Mercy, Pope Francis challenges us to "leave the nest that contains us."
Distinctly Catholic: For his leadership in confronting climate change and the degradation of the environment, Pope Francis should win this year’s Nobel Peace Prize.
Distinctly Catholic: Francis isn't a socialist, but a radical Christian who takes Jesus Christ's command to exclude no one and put the poor first seriously.
Distinctly Catholic: Why the rush to defend Donald Trump by many prominent Catholics and other religious leaders? An answer may be found in the theory of voter rationalization.
You would think the Archbishop had better things to do with his time. His Grace of Philadelphia felt the need to comment about Justice Scalia. I can assure him that many people who have been on the losing end of Scalia's rulings do not share his assessment.
The Republican establishment is carrying their hearts and, more importantly, their checkbooks to Sen. Marco Rubio as fast as they can. These are the same people who lavished former Gov. Jeb Bush with over $100 million to spend on his campaign, and it earned him all of four delegates before he suspended his campaign Saturday night.
From our friends at JubileeUSA, a U.S. judge is set to lift the sanctions imposed on Argentina after it failed to come to terms with hedge funds holding out for full repayment of their loans. All other creditors negotiated a settlement, but the hedge funds were, and are, willing to impoverish millions so that they can garner an obscene return on investment.
Politics always involves unexpected twists and turns. Candidates know that an unseen banana peel could cause them to fall at any moment. But, in the wake of Saturday’s caucus in Nevada and primary in South Carolina, the outcome of the presidential nominating contests became far more certain than they had been previously and it is looking like next November voters will be choosing between former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and businessman Donald Trump.