politics

Our Indefensible, Unsustainable Status Quo

Stephen White of Catholic University reflects on the recent conversation among the bishops regarding the Eucharist: “Now, questions about ‘Eucharistic consistency’ and Communion for politicians who oppose Church teaching are… Read More

Not a Loaf, but Leaven

Stephen White of Catholic University reflects on recent polls about the number of Americans who are members of a church, synagogue, or mosque, and the number of Catholics in America.… Read More

Our Catholic President

Stephen White reflects on the new Catholic President of the United States. “We have come to a point where Catholic political activism – both left and right – is at… Read More

A Catholic Moment

Stephen White of The Catholic Project at Catholic University reflects on the fact that none of the federal branches of government will be led by a Protestant– for the first… Read More

Biden and the Bishops

Executive Director of the Catholic Project at Catholic University, Stephen White, reflects on the controversy over President-elect Biden and the reception of Holy Communion. “Nowhere is the individualist strain in… Read More

Amy Barrett and the Intolerable

Stephen White of Catholic University reflects on the nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to the United States Supreme Court and the consternation that it has caused in some circles. “If… Read More

What Won’t We Tolerate?

Stephen White of Catholic University reflects on the ways that American Catholics– whether on the right or the left– have come to tolerate certain evils when it comes to the… Read More

Our Deeper Task

Stephen White of Catholic University reflects on the current situation in America; a state of seeming confusion about who we are. “We need the Church now, as ever, to help… Read More