Pope Can’t Equate Caring for Immigrants With Abortion

Deal W. Hudson April 10, 2018 Pope Francis get’s it. He understands why 52 percent of Catholic voters helped to elect Donald Trump in the face of fierce resistance from nearly all the of the U.S. Bishops, and the pontiff himself. What Pope Francis gets is precisely what has historically pushed Catholic Democrats to vote… Continue reading Pope Can’t Equate Caring for Immigrants With Abortion

Archbishop and Trump May Have Much in Common

Deal W. Hudson November 28, 2017 A few days ago, the archbishop of Canterbury, the Rt. Rev. Justin Welby was asked if he understands why Christians in the U.S. support President Trump in such large numbers. “No, I don’t understand it,” said Welby. “I really, genuinely do not understand where that is coming from.” Nevertheless, there… Continue reading Archbishop and Trump May Have Much in Common

Trump, Pope Have Opportunity to Forge Meaningful Alliance

Deal W. Hudson May 23, 2017 When the pope and the president meet in the Apostolic Palace — the official residence of the pope in Vatican City — this Wednesday, they will be setting a much-needed example for a nation convulsed by post-election tantrums. Conservative speakers are disinvited on college campuses, conservative professors become objects… Continue reading Trump, Pope Have Opportunity to Forge Meaningful Alliance

Some Don’t See Blessing in Trump’s Protecting Religious Liberty

Deal W. Hudson May 17, 2017 Some conservatives were less than pleased by President Trump’s May 4 executive order on religious liberty. I guess they didn’t read it very closely. Had they done so, they would have realized that it was a promise of welcome changes to come. It doesn’t declare any new rights, but… Continue reading Some Don’t See Blessing in Trump’s Protecting Religious Liberty