- Nov 24, 2020
Many Catholics are protesting the Trump administration’s zero tolerance towards immigrants at the U.S.-Mexico border.
On the 5th anniversary of Francis’s election, Crux spoke with Catholic leaders around the globe to hear firsthand what’s surprised them most about the Francis papacy and what they consider to be his unfinished business.
After the Federal Communications Committee voted on party lines to undo net neutrality, many involved in Catholic social justice are worried what this will mean.
U.S. Catholic leaders debate the passage of tax reform, which was passed by congress on Wednesday and labeled by the U.S. bishops as “problematic, especially for the poor.”
Referring to Marie Collins, who last week resigned from the panel appointed by Pope Francis to look into allegations of past Vatican obstruction of child sex abuse investigations, Campbell said: “Blocked by men. Isn’t this the real problem within the church?”
During a panel at Georgetown University, John Carr, Sister Simone Campbell and Rep. Francis Rooney reflected on “the faithful priorities” in a time of president-elect Donald Trump. “We the people of the United States, all of us, can solve problems if we work together,” Campbell said.