Voices
Jane Sloan Peters is a doctoral student in historical theology at Marquette University.
Politics & SocietyShort Take
Jane Sloan Peters
As I watch Amy Coney Barrett’s resilience and composure during the confirmation hearings, I wonder if I, too, could live a bit louder as the woman I am.
A young girl peeks through signs she is holding as she walks through downtown Chicago during the city's Jan. 18 March for Life. The marchers were calling for an end to abortion. (CNS photo/Karen Callaway, Catholic New World)
Politics & SocietyIn All Things
Jane Sloan Peters
To feminists of a certain cloth, the pro-life mentality is not an opposing view. It is an intrinsic evil, in all circumstances inexcusable, even abhorrent.
Politics & Society
Margot PattersonKevin E. StuartJane Sloan PetersCecilia González-AndrieuC. C. PecknoldJim McDermott
A majority of Catholics—52 percent—voted for Mr. Trump.
Politics & SocietyIn All Things
Jane Sloan Peters
If we are not yet exercising a preferential option for those made vulnerable by a Trump presidency, we must absolutely do so now.