Sally Quinn


Sally Quinn is the founding editor of OnFaith.

Stories by Sally Quinn

Garry Wills: Papacy should ‘fade into symbolic ireelevence like Queen Elizabeth’

What follows is an excerpt from Sally Quinn’s interview with Garry Wills, author of the new book, “Why Priests? A … Continued

Garry Wills: Papacy ‘irrelevant to a lot of people’

What follows is an excerpt from Sally Quinn’s interview with Garry Wills, author of the new book, “Why Priests? A … Continued

Garry Wills: The pope shouldn’t be king

Garry Wills doesn’t mince words when it comes to the papacy. “It’s a crime,” he told On Faith’s Sally Quinn … Continued

Obama: Let those with the most power be the most humble

There is always a lot of talk at the annual National Prayer Breakfast about coming together. It is hosted by … Continued

Could women in combat mean fewer wars?

The Pentagon’s decision to allow women to serve in combat has been met with great jubilation — and consternation. A … Continued

Stevie Wonder’s Bud Lite voodoo: It’s ‘very superstitious’

Superstition is in. Even Stevie Wonder is into it. Even Budweiser is into it. “Very Superstitious”? That was Bud Light’s … Continued

Super Bowl superstition

Did you know that three out of 10 Americans think that God will determine who will win the Super Bowl? … Continued

Robert Griffin III falls: For Redskins fans, a dark night of the soul

It was just a week ago that a hush fell over FedEx Field when Robert Griffin III fell for the … Continued

Pulling off a Christmas miracle

We had to cancel our ladies Christmas support group lunch this year. Nobody had time. In the old days we … Continued

Newtown shooting prompts Obama to talk about God

“Let the little children come to me, Jesus said, and do not hinder them – for to such belongs the … Continued

Where was God?

Newtown, I just have one question today for our readers. Where was God? The shooting massacre we saw in Newtown, … Continued

Sins of the son: Sad treatment for Billy Graham

On Sunday, two days before the election, a full page advocacy ad in The Washington Post featured a huge picture … Continued

In invoking ‘Judeo-Christian values,’ Ryan is stunning in his hyprocrisy

When the going gets tough the tough get going. In this case it was Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan. … Continued

Richard Mourdock’s ‘sick and twisted’ critics

Honestly, I don’t understand what all the fuss is about. In a Tuesday night debate, Richard Mourdock, the Indiana Republican … Continued

In debate, opposing positions came down to one word: Responsibility

The question is: Does the God vote matter?  Mitt Romney’s advisers seem to think so. President Obama’s do not. For … Continued

Biden and Ryan debate abortion and the role Catholicism plays in their positions

When Martha Raddatz asked Vice President Joe Biden and Congressman Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) Thursday night about their religion, it was … Continued

The God vote meets the rage of atheists, agnostics, and humanists

After the first presidential debate last week, I wrote  “when Mitt Romney mentioned the ‘Creator’ in the debate tonight, he … Continued

Romney captures the God vote at first debate

           When Mitt Romney mentioned the “Creator” in the debate Wednesday, he owned it. “We’re all children of the same … Continued

Madonna’s ‘black Muslim in the White House’ quip should give candidates pause

Madonna, on Monday night at her Washington concert, had this to say about President Obama: “For better or for worse, … Continued

Mitt Romney’s God problem

Whatever is happening, Mitt? You claim to have already lost 47 percent of the population and now you’re going for the … Continued