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Romney ‘reminds me of every well-meaning yet overbearing male church leader’

NIKKI KAHN, MELINA MARA Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney and his wife Ann Romney arrive at an airport rally in … Continued

“Free stuff”? The message from Romney’s NAACP speech

NICHOLAS KAMM AFP/GETTY IMAGES US Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney addresses the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People … Continued

Affordable Care Act:

David Goldman AP Supporters of President Barack Obama’s health care law celebrate outside the Supreme Court in Washington Thursday after … Continued

Reason rules the Roberts Court on ‘Obamacare’, but Christians need to continue to advocate for the poor

Joe Raedle GETTY IMAGES A sign giving direction to The University of Miami Hospital’s Emergency Department. The Supreme Court has … Continued

Mitt Romney, Mormon: This I know

View Photos: “I know that Mormonism can foster thoughtful deliberation and humanity; are these also features of Mitt Romney’s Mormonism?” asks … Continued

Would Gingrich be a Catholic president?

Andrew Burton GETTY IMAGES Republican presidential candidate and former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich (L) speaks at the Heartland … Continued

Adios, evangelical-Catholic coalitions

I saw the gloating over the repeal of the Affordable Health Care Act from an evangelical on this page the … Continued

Predictions for Catholic America in 2011

Last year I was 10 for 15, not bad as a winning percentage, but only if you count the “won’t … Continued

Archbishop Dolan goes to bat

In a surprise, New York Archbishop Timothy Dolan was elected President of the U.S. Catholic Conference of Bishops (USCCB) apparently … Continued

Lots of preaching, little governing

I called the Tea Party “civil religion” promoting old-fashioned Nativist notions against Americans of diverse religions and races. Little in … Continued

The disappearing abortion issue

The command by Cardinal-elect and Archbishop Burke that Catholics vote Tea-publican in 2010 was remarkable only in that it was … Continued

“Justice Still Denied” — My mini-sermon at Lincoln Memorial “One Nation” Service

I was asked by the organizers of yesterday’s ”One America Working Together,” rally at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington to give … Continued

Fear not, Congress

By Rev. Heyward D. Wiggins Pastor, Camden (N.J.) Bible Tabernacle Church As a pastor, I have had the wonderful opportunity … Continued

A Nobel Message to America

Why now? Only a few months into office, President Obama has won the Nobel Peace Prize. Even the White House … Continued

Early Religious Reaction to Obama’s Health Care Speech

By William Wan Religious folks on both sides of the health care debate are coming out in full force after … Continued

Obama Is The Moral High Ground

The struggle for decent, affordable health care for all Americans is a test of the national character. That was the … Continued

Bishops Want Health-Care Reform

THIS CATHOLIC’S VIEW By Thomas J. Reese, S.J. In the Gospels, Jesus spends much of his time trying to teach … Continued

The Church as Health Center

By Dr. Scott Morrispastor, physician, founder Church Health Center Everyone knows that health care is broken and that the status … Continued

Honoring Kennedy’s Health Care Legacy

By John GehringCatholics in Alliance for the Common Good As the nation mourns the loss of Sen. Ted Kennedy, there … Continued

Obama Turns to Religious Community on Health-Care Reform

By Jacqueline L. Salmon It was a spirit-filled 40 minutes with President Obama and the religious faithful today as the … Continued