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Flaws of the King hearing on Islam

Rep. Peter King (R-N.Y.), chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, will begin holding hearings Thursday on “the extent of … Continued

Abortion issue not going away

By Connie Mackey It was with some surprise to see Mr. Stevens-Arroyo, a self-proclaimed Catholic, upset that Archbishop (soon to … Continued

Vote your conscience on ALL the issues

I too believe that voting is a “serious moral obligation.” “Moral” in this sense means treating voting as an ethical … Continued

Teaching Capitol Hill to work with negative emotions

By Frank Rogers, Andrew Dreitcer, and Mark YaconelliClaremont School of Theology Contemplative activists from Claremont School of Theology report on … Continued

Time to heal hateful rhetoric

By Graylan S. HaglerUCC pastor A friend who I often disagree with wrote me from Massachusetts the other day in … Continued

Time to heal the hate

A friend who I often disagree with wrote me from Massachusetts the other day in response to an announcement I … Continued

Health care and the residual effects of race

The health care debate raged for more than a year and a half. During that time we did not experience … Continued

Catholic views on health care reform unchanging but complicated

By Michelle Boorstein Catholic clergy may be weighing in increasingly on the health care debate, but polling seems to show … Continued

Why Catholic bishops must fight for health reform

By Patricia PignatielloCatholics United On June 24 of last year, my family entered a nightmare. My brother James was admitted … Continued

Catholic bishops too powerful?

By Jon O’BrienPresident, Catholics for Choice It’s rarely a pretty sight when the internal workings of the political process in … Continued