- Jan 25, 2020
The 2016 presidential primaries featured an unprecedented number of Catholic candidates.
Duterte’s spokesman said a trip to Rome was in the works, during which the then-president would “explain to the pope and ask for forgiveness.”
With the general election matchup coming into focus, some Catholic leaders in the U.S. find themselves scrambling to figure out what to make of a race between one candidate whose views on immigration clash with decades of Catholic pro-immigration work, and another who supports same-sex marriage and expanded access to
Six months before the general election, analysts say the necessary polling has not been done to offer a clear picture of Catholic voter attitudes in 2016 regarding the presidential race or on key issues. But they expect polls in coming months to shed light on Catholic voters’ preferences in a
MANILA, Philippines (CNS) — A Philippine archbishop is urging Catholics to heed the Ten Commandments before they head to the polls in May to vote for offices ranging from president to local village councilors. Archbishop Socrates Villegas of Lingayen-Dagupan, who is also president of the Philippine bishops’ conference, said in
ROME – When a strong pope with a clear social agenda intersects with a world leader who shares the same basic outlook, and one who’s willing to put elbow grease behind it, sometimes history can change. With the support of King Philip II of Spain, for instance, St. Pius V