(RNS) — Though their influence has been waning in recent cycles, keep an eye on Catholic voters if you want to know what will happen in November.
We had every reason to know what kind of president Donald Trump would become.
(RNS) Ten observations about what just happened in our country and what it means for Christians and others.
(RNS) The bishops put a Mexican-born archbishop in line to become the first Latino to lead the American hierarchy. But they seemed hesitant to fully endorse Pope Francis' approach.
As the data comes in, the key will be to watch turnout.
(RNS) People with the faintest interest in this country or in commenting about it had better get to know the other America rather than remain hermetically sealed in their own monoculture.
(RNS) I was there for his tightly scripted 'conversation' with 900 conservative Christians but learned little about how his faith shapes his politics.
(RNS) About 900 conservative Christians, mostly evangelicals, are expected to attend "a conversation" with Donald Trump and Ben Carson.
(RNS) Or would a third-party run by the National Review columnist just be a way for true believers to avoid a hard moral choice -- and wind up hurting the movement?
Given Donald Trump's problems and the danger he poses, how long will it be until he implodes? Do we need a miracle?
What to do when you feel like a stranger to many millions of your neighbors, whom you find incomprehensible.
What would Reinhold Niebuhr say about our politics right now?
Christian voters should look for candidates committed to civility, solidarity, justice, mercy, compassion, rule of law, and human rights.
A broken system, social backlash, political correctness, and other observations from the campaign.
An imagined but not unrealistic projection of the first one hundred days in office for today's leading Republican presidential candidate.