Arts & Culture News
Carol Zimmermann - Catholic News Service November 09, 2020
Alex Trebek, a Canadian-born American who was educated in Catholic schools, died of pancreatic cancer at his home on Nov. 8. He was 80.
Politics & Society News
Carol Zimmermann - Catholic News Service October 13, 2020
"My policy preferences are irrelevant," she said when asked if she had intended to dismantle the Affordable Care Act, and she reiterated this same view when asked about abortion and same-sex marriage.
Politics & Society News
Carol Zimmermann - Catholic News Service October 06, 2020
Pope Francis tackled several issues in his new encyclical, but the section devoted to ending capital punishment was particularly cheered by U.S. Catholics who oppose the death penalty.
Politics & Society News
Carol Zimmermann - Catholic News Service October 05, 2020
Criminal justice, race relations and health care round out the list of top voter concerns, according to a September Kaiser Family Foundation poll. Democratic voters, according to the poll, place a higher emphasis on health as a voting issue than Republicans.
Federal Judge Amy Coney Barrett of the 7th Circuit is seen at the White House Sept. 26, 2020. President Donald Trump introduced her as the nominee to fill the U.S. Supreme Court seat left vacant by the Sept. 18 death of Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. (CNS photo/Carlos Barria, Reuters)
Politics & Society News
Carol Zimmermann - Catholic News Service September 28, 2020
Marcus Cole, the law school's dean, described Barrett as an "absolutely brilliant legal scholar and jurist. She is also one of the most popular teachers we have ever had here at Notre Dame Law School."
Politics & Society News
Carol Zimmermann - Catholic News Service September 27, 2020
The president described Barrett as “one of the nation’s most gifted legal minds” to the court and praised her for her loyalty to the Constitution.
Politics & Society News
Carol Zimmermann - Catholic News Service September 21, 2020
The judges are Amy Coney Barrett, a federal appellate court judge in Chicago, and Barbara Lagoa, a federal appeals court judge in Atlanta.
Sister Beulah Martin, a member of the Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament, center right, of Powhatan, Va., waves in Baltimore's historic St. Francis Xavier Church July 22, 2019, at a Mass honoring jubilarians during a joint conference of black priests, women religious, deacons and seminarians. (CNS photo/Kevin J. Parks, Catholic Review)
Faith News
Carol Zimmermann - Catholic News Service September 18, 2020
"We are holding up the light," the sisters said, "against the sin of racism that is still alive and well in the Catholic Church today."
Politics & Society News
Carol Zimmermann - Catholic News Service August 27, 2020
Catholic leaders have joined their voices with members of the Navajo Nation in opposing the Aug. 26 scheduled execution of Lezmond Mitchell, the only Native American on federal death row.
Politics & Society News
Carol Zimmermann - Catholic News Service August 19, 2020
The decision was made after a surge in cases since classes resumed on Aug. 10.