A new P.R.R.I. poll suggests that President Trump is losing ground among white Catholics faster than among other major religious groups, reports Michael J. O’Loughlin.
President Trump’s visit to the St. John Paul II National Shrine continues a pattern of using sacred sites for political stunts, writes America associate editor Zac Davis. This is over the line of what the church should tolerate.
In the absence of irrefutable evidence, the public response has fallen, as with so much else in this era of polarization, along partisan lines.
In a troubled time in our nation's history, can we unite around shared commitments to freedom, human dignity and truth?
Many Catholics are disillusioned with both the Republicans and Democrats. Could a third party ever happen?
U.S. Catholics hoping for a party based on Catholic social teaching might look to the example of Christian democrats in Europe.