Given that many of you are likely reading this on the beach, or in transit to your summer destination, I thought I’d offer you some lighter fare here.
We need to get back to honest debate and decent, well-thought criticism of both President Trump and the opposition party.
Regardless of who readers thought should take the lead, a striking majority called for collaboration in battling climate change.
Just about everyone is sick of the partisan rancor that radiates from Washington.
No amount of flexibility on the ground can replace an achievable strategy.
Can a Catholic carry out his or her job duties in good conscience if they include the deportation of people facing imminent death in their home countries?
United Nations sources report that as many as 30 million are threatened by hunger in South Sudan, Somalia, Nigeria and Yemen—and 20 million “are at immediate risk.”