The USCCB and Cultural Diversity

Bishops read material June 11 during the spring general assembly of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops in St. Louis. (CNS photo/Lisa Johnston, St. Louis Review) See BISHOPS-ROUNDUP June 11, 2015.

Deal W. Hudson September 8, 2010 The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) has set five goals to pursue until the end of 2011. They are: Strengthening marriage Faith formation focused on sacramental practice Priestly and religious vocations Life and dignity of the human person Recognition of cultural diversity The USCCB Web site contains a link… Continue reading The USCCB and Cultural Diversity

Why It’s Absurd to Deny Obama’s Healthcare Bill Contains Abortion Funding

Rep. Steve Driehaus who sued the SBA List in 2010, eventually losing in the Supreme Court.

Deal W. Hudson October 18, 2010 With the decision of the Ohio Elections Commission to allow a hearing to decide whether the Susan B. Anthony List has falsely represented the voting record of Rep. Steve Driehaus (D-OH), the question is again raised: Was abortion funding authorized by the health care legislation signed into law by… Continue reading Why It’s Absurd to Deny Obama’s Healthcare Bill Contains Abortion Funding

Understanding “Incivility”

Deal W. Hudson Published October 25, 2010 Is the religious right uncivil? Conservatives Michael Gerson and Peter Wehner think so. In a joint Huffington Post column titled “The Success and Failure of the Religious Right,” they argue: The language and tone of the religious right have often been apocalyptic, off-putting, and counterproductive. “Just like what… Continue reading Understanding “Incivility”