This issue of America presents the findings of the most comprehensive survey of U.S. Catholic women ever conducted.
Pro-choicers are puzzled by pro-lifers’ favoring cuts in government services to pregnant women in financial need.
America spoke to a number of young women religious about the vital contributions they and their fellow sisters make to the Catholic Church.
When a government tries to thwart the will of the people, it is a citizen’s duty to stand up and peacefully protest.
The march’s rallying call last January became even more poignant in the year that followed.
All the women who responded to this survey still identify themselves as Catholic, however far they may have strayed from a consistent practice of the faith they were raised in.
Catholic women may be part of a Democratic voting wave in 2018. They are ready to welcome women deacons.