Editorials

The Editors July 17, 2018
What can the church do to help repent for the sins of leaders like Cardinal McCarrick and all those who turned a blind eye to his wrongdoing?
The Editors July 13, 2018
Stretching voter regulation powers to the limit is contrary to the spirit of a democracy.
The Editors July 09, 2018
The prospect of reversing Roe increases the stakes in this nomination battle.
The Editors June 21, 2018
How much suffering and outrage will it take to change the terms of the immigration debate?
Paris has achieved density near public transit without a lot of skyscrapers. (Photo by halbergman on iStock)
The Editors June 13, 2018
City planners are increasingly alarmed by two trends: a growing shortage of affordable housing and a nationwide decline in public transit ridership.
Baker Jack Phillips, owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop, pictured right, June 4 (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
The Editors June 08, 2018
This decision offers Catholics—and indeed all Americans—a welcome opportunity to step away from the trenches of the culture war.