President-elect Joe Biden told hundreds of supporters in Wilmington that he pledged “to be a president who seeks not to divide but unify” and “who doesn’t see red states and blue states–only the United States.”
By MARK PATTISON, Catholic News Service
Published November 26, 2020
Archbishop Allen Vigneron will head up a special working group of the U.S. bishops to address issues surrounding the election of a Catholic president and policies that may come about that would be in conflict with Catholic teaching and the bishops’ priorities.
By CAROL ZIMMERMANN, Catholic News Service
Published November 17, 2020
The first day of the virtual fall assembly of the U.S. Catholic bishops, Nov. 16, included discussion about the Vatican report on Theodore McCarrick, the ongoing pandemic and the church’s response to racism.
Published November 12, 2020
On Nov. 10, when the fate of the Affordable Care Act faced the Supreme Court for the third time since it was signed into law 10 years ago, the justices seemed willing to leave the bulk of the law intact even if they found one part of it to be unconstitutional.
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