Catholics Must Not Cede Ground in Public Debate | Crisis Magazine

In the last several months I’ve been discussing the problems Catholics face dealing with public life today. The recent election underlined some of them. The bishops and others made their pitch about threats to the family and the freedom of the Church, the Democrats stood firm, and most Americans—including most self-identified Catholics—voted for the Democrats. Not only does the world care very little for Catholic concerns, but it seems that Catholics acting as citizens care little for them as well.

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Bishop E. W. Jackson to Black Christians

A strong rebuttal of the Democrat party as the party of the black community.

I would love to see our Catholic leaders speak as plainly as does Bishop Jackson. This man presents moral clarity and we need to add our voices to his. Can we be as unambiguous as he?