• As outrage mounts, Trump’s Catholic problem gets worse

    • Oct 11, 2016

    Already struggling to attract Catholic voters, Donald Trump’s recent troubles certainly haven’t helped, with some Catholic leaders saying they feel they have no choice but to stick with the GOP over life issues, and others either backing away or outright abandoning the Republican nominee.

  • Catholics, Anglicans walk the talk as they seek unity

    Catholics, Anglicans walk the talk as they seek unity

    • Oct 11, 2016

    A Catholic participant in Anglican/Catholic dialogue says that ecumenism leads to “loving desire for that which appears good and attractive in the other,” adding that, “at its heart, ecumenism is about falling in love with the grace of God in the other.”

  • Texas bishops call for abolition of death penalty

    Texas bishops call for abolition of death penalty

    • Oct 11, 2016

    “Capital punishment vitiates our hearts’ capacity for mercy and love,” the Texas bishops said in a statement released by the Texas Catholic Conference in Austin. “The death penalty not only does not correspond to the common good, it actually does great harm to it.”