• White and Latino Catholics deeply divided in 2016, panel says

    White and Latino Catholics deeply divided in 2016, panel says

    • Oct 31, 2016

    Delve into the poll numbers, and trends emerge that speak to the future of Catholic voting in the U.S. While white Catholics favor Donald Trump over Democrat Hillary Clinton 48 to 41 percent in a recent PRRI poll, the opposite is true of non-white Catholics, the vast majority of whom are Latino. Those non-white Catholics choose Clinton over Trump 78 to 17 percent.

  • Anger driving 2016 reveals lack of solidarity with the poor, panel says

    Anger driving 2016 reveals lack of solidarity with the poor, panel says

    • Oct 28, 2016

    To deal with the anger and fear that seem to be driving much of the 2016 election cycle, a Georgetown panel recommended taking seriously Pope Francis’s appeal for greater solidarity with the poor – at a time when, as one speaker put it, “The fact that we’re all in this together… That concept is under assault.”