Politics & Society DispatchesMichael J. O’LoughlinJuly 14, 2020
As the number of coronavirus cases continues to rise in most states, school administrators are struggling to decide if classes can be held in person, if remote learning is here to stay for a while or if a hybrid of the two is needed.
Faith News AnalysisMichael J. O’LoughlinJuly 10, 2020
It is up to individual Catholics to make the case to church leaders.
Politics & Society NewsMichael J. O’LoughlinJuly 02, 2020
Broken down between white and Hispanic Catholics, the numbers show a stark divide.
Politics & Society NewsMichael J. O’LoughlinJune 23, 2020
Few questions dealt directly with Catholicism, but host Raymond Arroyo did ask the president about a letter written by Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò.
Politics & Society ExplainerMichael J. O’LoughlinJune 19, 2020
The short answer is: it is unlikely.
Faith News AnalysisMichael J. O’LoughlinJune 11, 2020
The views put forth by Archbishop Viganò in his letter to the president are far outside the mainstream of U.S. and global Catholicism.
Politics & Society NewsMichael J. O’LoughlinJune 08, 2020
“Let it be agonizing, let it be overwhelming because frankly it’s agonizing for me, too. It’s overwhelming for me, too,” Father Bryan Massingale said.
Politics & Society NewsMichael J. O’LoughlinJune 04, 2020
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.
Faith NewsMichael J. O’LoughlinJune 03, 2020
“Pope Francis expressed his gratitude to the bishops for their pastoral tone in the church’s response to the demonstrations across the country in their statements and actions since the death of George Floyd.”