- Jan 22, 2020
A Jesuit whom former Speaker of the House of Representatives Paul Ryan sought to oust in 2018 will remain in his post as chaplain of the legislative body as the 116th session of Congress begins.
Crux’s look back at a tumultuous 2018 year for the U.S. Catholic Church.
Congress looks set to pass a compromise version of the Farm Bill, which would reauthorize billions in government funds for nutrition assistance and agricultural support, but strike a plan to expand work and job-training requirements for food assistance programs.
Archbishop Joseph Naumann lamented America’s “crisis of faith” at the National Catholic Prayer Breakfast on Thursday.
After resigning under pressure from Paul Ryan, Father Patrick Conroy has rescinded his resignation as chaplain to the House of Representatives.
Paul Ryan has come under fire from Catholic Republicans and Democrats for forcing the resignation of House Chaplain Father Pat Conroy.