Thought-Provoking Reads, vol. 6

Bill McCormick, S.J., America, “Bannon and Feinstein remind us that anti-Catholic bigotry is a bipartisan problem”: You cannot make this stuff up. Completely unplanned, two figures as different as Steve Bannon and Dianne Feinstein—a Trump-supporting Breitbart writer and a progressive California hero—inadvertently teamed up to remind Catholics that anti-Catholic bigotry is alive and well in both political … More Thought-Provoking Reads, vol. 6

Thought-Provoking Reads, vol. 4: Election Aftermath

Lauren Meyers, “Election Year: A Time for Mercy”: With that in mind, I encourage all Christians to stand in hope. In the midst of this election year, which has been anything but inspiring, hold fast to the hope given to us in Jesus Christ. Do not walk in endless gloom and despair, throwing your hands … More Thought-Provoking Reads, vol. 4: Election Aftermath

Thought-Provoking Reads, vol. 3: Election Edition

I can think of nothing I despise more than talking about politics—especially this year—buuut, since it’s our civic duty and all, I’ve been reading some articles about the upcoming election, and I’ve found some interesting perspectives that I wanted to share here. Archbishop Charles J. Chaput, OFM CAP., “Remembering who we are and the story we belong … More Thought-Provoking Reads, vol. 3: Election Edition