Tag Archives: abortion

Bishops Applaud, Deplore Trump’s Executive Orders

A flurry of executive actions by President Donald Trump has drawn both praise and concern from Catholic bishops, who applauded a measure restricting international abortion funding but criticized two orders…

Trump’s Rise and GOP Economics May Shift Catholic Priorities

For much of its long history in the U.S., the Catholic Church was known as the champion of the working class, a community of immigrants whose leaders were steadfast in…

How Abortion Divides Clinton and Kaine

The Democratic presidential nominee and her running mate have different views on federal funding for the procedure. What does that mean for the campaign?

Supreme Court May Be Converting on Religion

The Supreme Court’s defense of religious freedom may be on the decline.

Which Is a Worse Sin, Abortion or Racism?

Monday’s Supreme Court ruling tossing Texas abortion restrictions puts a massive spotlight on the new debate pressing evangelicals: Which is a worse sin, racism or abortion?

Clinton PAC Targets Conservative Christians

You’d be forgiven for mistaking the beginning of this new ad running in several battleground states for a message from a conservative Christian group.

Evangelicals Like Me Can’t Vote for Trump or Clinton

Suppose you believe the presidential frontrunners are unfit for office — so unfit, in fact, that they are a threat to the moral, political, and social fabric of our nation….

Pope Francis Authorizes Priests to Forgive the ‘Sin of Abortion’

Pope Francis shook up the Catholic world — again — on Tuesday by announcing that priests around the world will be authorized to forgive the “sin of abortion” when the…