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The sun rises over the U.S. Capitol in Washington Nov. 9, 2022, as election results continued to be tallied across the U.S. to determine control of Congress. (CNS photo/Tom Brenner, Reuters)
Politics & SocietyNews Analysis
Robert David Sullivan
Almost everyone is frustrated because they want one party to finally achieve a decisive win and pull the country out of a polarization vortex — but it never happens.
Arts & CultureCatholic Book Club
James T. Keane
Christopher Lasch's writings are cited by everyone from the most fervent cultural conservatives to dyed-in-the-wool Marxists—and he had much to say about modern American culture.
A help wanted sign is displayed in Deerfield, Ill., on Sept. 21, 2022. Interest rate hikes could bring down inflation but at the cost of job creation. (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh, File)
Politics & SocietyShort Take
Kevin Clarke
The church’s preferential option for the poor demands that U.S. policymakers dovetail inflation-fighting with credible investments to sustain the unemployed.
Phillip Mendoza joined other anti-abortion supporters at the California March for Life rally held at the Capitol in Sacramento, Calif.
Politics & SocietyNews Analysis
Cristobal Spielmann
Besides casting votes in the flashier congressional races, Catholic voters will get to speak up on any number of local and regional concerns through local ballot measures.
USA flag on man's shoulder
Politics & SocietyNews Analysis
Robert David Sullivan
The editors have put together this guide to some of the most important issues facing voters this fall, with a focus on how Catholics can make choices that respect life and consider the common good.
Politics & SocietyShort Take
Charles C. Camosy
Let’s have the arguments. Let’s go vote. And then let’s argue some more. Many of the issues at stake are indeed very important. But let’s do this fully grounded in our Catholic family.