PHILADELPHIA (RNS) It’s officially Hillary Clinton vs. Donald Trump for president. But just as notable is the fact that Democrats have now taken over the language of faith and morals from the GOP.
PHILADELPHIA (RNS) Catholics are a swing vote and a big enough chunk of the electorate that they can pick the winner. “There is no Catholic vote -- and it’s important,” said the Catholic pundit E.J. Dionne.
PHILADELPHIA (RNS) Faith is more evident – and accepted – at the party’s grass roots than in the treetops where power brokers call the shots. Did Wednesday night’s God-inflected speeches signal a change?
What do you think is really going on with all these ministers praying at these political conventions?
PHILADELPHIA (RNS) They were targeting Hillary Clinton more than the Almighty, but the optics weren't great. Still, the first night of the Democratic convention ended with a jeer-free benediction. Can it last?
(RNS) Democrats are calling it the most progressive platform in party history.
PHILADELPHIA (RNS) The Democratic vice presidential candidate cited a famous saying by the Methodist luminary to show his Catholic affinity with Hillary Clinton. Too bad the quote's a myth.
(RNS) In choosing Tim Kaine, Hillary Clinton has shifted the religious narrative of the election away from the false equation of “religion” and “Christianity” with radical, conservative, evangelicalism.
(RNS) The GOP has been called 'God's Own Party' because it draws far more churchgoing voters than the Democrats. Clinton has a chance to change that -- if she wants to.