Politics & Society News
Kurt Jensen - Catholic News ServiceJuly 02, 2020
Religious liberty advocates believe that the latest Supreme Court decision will finally banish the hated 19th-century Blaine Amendments for good.
Politics & Society News
Kurt Jensen - Catholic News ServiceMay 19, 2020
On April 30, Archbishops Salvatore J. Cordileone of San Francisco and Paul S. Coakley of Oklahoma City and Bishop David A. Konderla of Tulsa, Oklahoma, wrote Barr to request stepped-up prosecutions.
Politics & Society News
Kurt Jensen - Catholic News ServiceMarch 04, 2020
On March 4, the court hears oral arguments in June Medical Services v. Russo, a challenge to a Louisiana law, passed in 2014, that requires abortion providers to have “active admitting privileges” at a hospital within 30 miles of the abortion facility.
Faith News
Kurt Jensen - Catholic News ServiceNovember 26, 2019
"Many of these victims suffer and perish anonymously," said George Marlin, chairman of Aid to the Church in Need-USA, the charity sponsoring the service.
Politics & Society News
Kurt Jensen - Catholic News ServiceOctober 08, 2019
Kevin McAleenan was supposed to be the keynote speaker at the 16th annual Immigration Law and Policy Conference at Georgetown University Law Center the morning of Oct. 7, but chanting protesters drowned him out for several minutes.
Politics & Society News
Kurt Jensen - Catholic News ServiceOctober 01, 2019
The genocide conducted by the Islamic State against Christian communities in Iraq and Syria has turned into continued harassment by Iran-backed militias and shows no signs of abating soon.
Politics & Society News
Kurt Jensen - Catholic News ServiceSeptember 24, 2019
The pro-life community is cheering a report released Sept. 18 that indicates the number and rate of abortions nationwide have fallen to their lowest levels since the Supreme Court's Roe v. Wade decision legalized abortion on demand in 1973.
Politics & Society News
Kurt Jensen - Catholic News ServiceJune 18, 2019
Georgetown University's Initiative on Catholic Social Thought and Public Life panel discussed the ongoing clergy sexual abuse crisis. It was, moderator John Carr observed, the seventh time the initiative had focused exclusively on it.
A billboard in Phoenix encouraged people to vote in the midterm elections. (CNS photo/Elijah Nouvelage, Reuters)
Politics & Society News
Kurt Jensen - Catholic News ServiceNovember 21, 2018
Exit polls showed that Catholic voters "split right down the middle." Reflecting the growing number of Hispanic voters, 50 percent of Catholics overall said they voted for Democrats, while 49 percent voted for Republicans.
Faith Culture
Kurt Jensen - Catholic News ServiceOctober 26, 2018
With Father O’Malley, Crosby “concocted a fantasy priest—a perfect, albeit celibate, man.”