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The president’s selection of judicial nominees has been thoughtful and informed by the standards of judicial independence. -- Teresa S. Collett, professor of law at the University of St. Thomas
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"As a Catholic who embraces the church’s teaching on the innate value of every human life, the importance of public order and the need for mercy to temper justice, I am very comfortable supporting the reelection of our president."
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The director of Greece’s Catholic charitable organization said the situation on Lesbos island remains tense after a fire at a refugee camp left thousands homeless.
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Coming up at 1 pm Eastern — will be live in the comments to discuss 's thinking around our election editorial and coverage. Post questions in the comments at the link below ahead of time, and then join us for a discussion.
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🚨NEW EPISODE🚨 of breaks down what it's like to cover the Biden campaign in a pandemic.
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The sexual abuse trial of Piero Alfio Capuana, the lay leader of the 5,000-member Catholic Culture and Environment Association, began in this small Sicilian city on Tuesday (Sept. 15), three years after the abuse allegedly took place.
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Archbishop Gustavo García-Siller said that "we do not know exactly what God has in store for us," but he hopes that while "we wait and work" for this COVID-19 crisis to be over, it will not "just be an episode in history from which we recovered."
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Catholic bishops and diocesan tribunals are making steady progress in implementing Pope Francis' reforms to make the annulment process quicker, but it is taking longer to achieve the pope's goal of making the process less expensive for couples.
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"To insist on 'the right to euthanasia' is typical of an individualistic and reductionist vision of the human being and of a freedom detached from responsibility," the Spanish bishops' conference wrote in a statement released Sept. 14.
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In the end, we vote for candidates, not issues. Who they are and how they lead is critical. -- John Carr, former USCCB staff member.
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Many teens reported that their parents encouraged them to attend worship services and other religious activities together; 21% said their parents did this "a lot."
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Are Catholics are thinking enough about a candidate's competence and character? There are worries that Catholic voters may look very much like the average American voter overall, guided chiefly by party affiliation and economic loyalties.
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Whether Catholic voters favor a candidate most in line with their own basket of priority issues or whether they look for character and competency or just look to party affiliation, the Catholic electorate has plenty to mull over in 2020.
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The mechanism by which racial bias operates in the death penalty is similar to the way in which it infects other areas of the criminal legal system.
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Mara Grassi told Pope Francis, “We wish to create a bridge to the church so that the church too can change its way of looking at our children, no longer excluding them but fully welcoming them.”
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A Pew Research Center study released in September shows that teens' religious practice is less than that of their parents. The lessened observance cuts across all denominational lines.
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I will vote for Joe Biden for what he can do to help us recover and heal, lift up those left behind, ensure health care for all and treat immigrants and refugees with respect. I will not vote for him to support his position on abortion, but in spite of it.
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Join for a conversation in the comments section about the magazine’s coverage of this historic election. Tomorrow, from 1 to 2 p.m. ET. See you there!
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Today is the feast of St. Robert Bellarmine (d. 1621), the important Jesuit bishop and theologian. Or is it? 🤔
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