The United States should not abandon a foreign policy that promotes free self-determination around the globe. But people who have lost faith in democracy at home may be on to something.
Sunday, Nov. 14, marks 25 years since Cardinal Joseph Bernardin’s death. Do Catholics today want a church that is “alive and rooted, public in its service to the city” and the world?
On this 25th anniversary of Cardinal Joseph Bernardin’s death, we can look back to him for guidance as we try to find a way out of the hostility toward dialogue we have been trapped in since the 1990s.
At one point Ronald Reagan needed a powerful ally who could help him hold on to Catholic voters — and he found that ally in John Paul II. Today, Joe Biden faces a similar situation.
The Catholic Church in the United States is in danger of losing its relevance if its presentation of the Gospel is alien to the world in which people live.
Steven P. Millies: A half-century of the U.S. bishops calling abortion the ‘preeminent issue’ in politics leaves Catholics unprepared for a post-Roe landscape.