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Bishop Barron: One cheer for George Will’s ‘The Conservative Sensibility’

Freedom becomes so much more than simply “doing what we want.”

Who needs a philosopher-king when you have a saint-emperor?

If only the world today could have leaders like this ...

Was the Supreme Court’s Peace Cross decision a victory?

Church-state jurisprudence remains "a mess."

California governor to sign executive order to end death penalty

Governor Gavin Newsom has been a long-time opponent of capital punishment, calling it “an archaic mistake.”

Yes! It is more than “okay” to have kids

Come on. Let's face the real issues instead of trying to let ourselves off the hook

Julian Castro discusses his Catholic background as he launches presidential bid

Grandson of Mexican immigrant shares views on what he likes and disagrees with about Church teaching.

Pope tells politicians to defend life, or they betray their calling

The unborn are children of the whole society, Francis reflects in urging us to protect the future

Vatican takes stab at bettering Latin American politics

Some two dozen young politicians will head to Rome to study Catholic social doctrine.

Meet Eduard Habsburg: The humorous husband, father of 6, and ambassador to the Vatican

The spirit of service of the Austrian ambassador to the Holy See is marked by his aristocratic Christian roots.

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