Nathaniel V. Romano, S.J., holds a J.D. from the University of Wisconsin and an LL.M. from Emory University with a focus on law and religion. He currently serves at Boston College as a visiting lecturer in law and member of the campus ministry team.
Six Catholics are on the Supreme Court. What they should do on death penalty cases isn’t clear—or satisfying.
The Trump administration’s speed-up of federal executions is bringing new scrutiny to Catholic judges. Nathaniel V. Romano, S.J., writes about the challenges facing the faithful in a pluralist political system.