(RNS) 'I don’t expect to find any politician with whom I completely agree on all policy matters. But I expect the president to be someone with whom I can disagree and who will listen respectfully,' writes Patricia McGuire.
(RNS) The letter, signed by Democrats and independents, outlined frustrations with some of Clinton’s statements about abortion and requested a meeting 'during your first 100 days in office.'
Anti-semitism should have been a hot issue in this election. What happened?
(RNS) White Catholics and Latino Catholics part ways on Donald Trump.
(RNS) Leaked emails aren't anti-Catholic and neither is Hillary Clinton. But spreading such charges goes against canon law, and is more about politics than the faith.
(RNS) The interview, which aired on the Christian Broadcasting Network with host David Brody featured Trump and his wife, Melania Trump, for what he claimed was the ninth exclusive interview.
(RNS) It did an excellent job of exposing Donald Trump for the boor he is.
(RNS) Among likely voters, white Catholic males favor Donald Trump. But almost half of white Catholic women support Hillary Clinton.
(RNS) Atheists are in a pickle -- should they vote for the seemingly irreligious Donald Trump or lifelong Methodist Hillary Clinton? Many are taking to the internet and social media to fight it out.
(RNS) This world of fear is the world in which too many evangelical voters live. I know what it is like. For most of my life, I lived in fear of what God would think of me if I were gay.
NEW YORK (RNS) But the archbishop defends the traditional candidates’ roast even as some critics say the glitzy benefit for Catholic charities has outlived its usefulness.
(RNS) The HGTV star and best-selling Christian author holds nothing back in this candid and personal interview.
(RNS) Once upon a time, they were solid Democrats too. Now they're divided, though leaning GOP. But the tea leaves suggest they will end up voting for Clinton.
(RNS) Hillary wins, Donald launches Trump TV, and other predictions for Election Day and beyond.
(RNS) The so-called "God gap" has shrunk -- though not for congressional Republicans -- while the gender gap has grown.