The 5-4 decision broke new legal ground by extending religious rights -- or religious personhood -- to closely held for-profit corporations.
The U.S. bishops will converge on New Orleans next week. Here's what they're set to talk about.
Column: We all need to ask ourselves: Do we start with our partisan political bias and then shape our religious views to fit it, or the other way round?
Faith and Justice: Religious progressives have been the neglected stepsister to her big brother, the religious right. But their time is coming.
Column: The event may have marked a turning point for the U.S. church, a return to a nonpartisanship combined with public advocacy.
Column: The most interesting criticisms of Pope Francis's apostolic exhortation have come from libertarians closest to the views the pope denounced.
Column: Washington's version of the 1993 movie "Groundhog Day" is again showing in the theater that has become Congress.