Election 2020

With a hastily passed resolution, the Democratic National Committee exaggerated the numbers and the importance of its “secular” wing. (iStock/AlexLMX)
Michael Wear October 01, 2019
The Democratic National Committee got played, writes Michael Wear, when it passed a resolution celebrating the “religiously unaffiliated” and casting aspersions on those of faith.
If abstaining is not an option.... (iStock/cmannphoto)
Kevin M. Doyle September 26, 2019
The stakes are too high for the independent-minded to sit out party primaries, writes Kevin M. Doyle, a pro-lifer and onetime Democrat. We must make a choice, even it is a random one.
Our readers September 06, 2019
“It’s their policies that have to speak to the way I interpret my own faith.”
The Editors August 09, 2019
Restoring public trust in the way we elect our political leaders is an immediate task.
During the debates, there was not much overt outreach to people of faith, with one exception: Mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend, Ind.
President Donald Trump speaks at the Ford’s Theatre Annual Gala, on June 2, in Washington. Mr. Trump’s approval ratings among U.S. Catholics closely mirror those among all U.S. voters—but there are major differences between white and Hispanic Catholics.(AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)
Robert David Sullivan June 04, 2019
Recent polls put U.S. Catholics squarely in the middle of the political spectrum (with a majority saying they will not support President Trump in 2020), but there are major differences between white and Hispanic Catholics.