- Sep 25, 2020
If Trump carries through with his plans to tighten borders and deport millions of immigrants, he could well accelerate an inter-continental north-south Church response that pushes precisely in the opposite direction.
An American cardinal in Rome and a Texas border bishop have very different views of the election of Donald Trump — especially on immigration.
Amarillo Bishop Patrick J. Zurek has harshly criticized the exploitation of the body of an aborted baby by a pro-Trump activist priest as “against the dignity of human life.” A longstanding pro-lifer says Fr. Frank Pavone’s actions show how the pro-life old guard has lost its way and must be renewed.
In his epic address to the U.S. Congress in September last year, Pope Francis laid out a vision of a politics for the common good. Recently, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton laid out their visions too — in acceptance speeches at their conventions. How did they square up against Francis?