For Bishop Robert McElroy of San Diego, the way U.S. bishops should approach President Joe Biden and important issues can in part be answered through a question his mother used to ask: “what would Jesus do?”
10 days removed from an attempted siege of the Capitol building, as tensions continue to run high across the country, Rev. Eugene Cho makes it clear: “the answer to a divided nation is not a divided church and that’s what we’re seeing.”
To Sister Helen Prejean, the first stand a Catholic takes against the death penalty in the United States doesn’t need to be grand. In fact, she believes all it takes is a desire, and a pen, to start on the path towards change.
If there’s one thing that Republican and Democrats in the 2020 election share, it’s angst.
This year’s election, amid a pandemic, amid economic instability and distrust of institutions, has done little to bring out the best in the country’s political animals.