In Ryan, Romney Has an Ally for the Unborn
When trying to determine the effect of something, say a hammer on a nail, we deem it quite useful to know the difference between the …By Patrick Archbold
The Difference a Century Makes: A Tale of Two Ryans
This past Saturday, as Mitt Romney introduced his running mate Paul Ryan, the loudest applause erupted when he said, “A faithful Catholic, Paul believes in …By Maria Mazzenga
What War on Religion?
In July of 1844, word reached New York that Joseph Smith Jr., founder of the LDS Church, had been murdered by a mob in Illinois. …By Tiffany Stanley
The Lost Art of Political Compromise: An Interview with Al Simpson
Alan K. Simpson is one of America’s favorite political pugilists. A lawyer, legislator, and devout Episcopalian, during his four decades in national politics, Simpson has learned …By Max Perry Mueller
American Sisters Haven’t Strayed. The Vatican Has.
In April, the Vatican censured the Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCRW), a body that represents more than 80 percent of American sisters. After a …By Amy Koehlinger
Fortnight for Freedom: Whose Religious Liberty?
When the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops kicked off their “Fortnight for Freedom” campaign almost two weeks ago, they chose an auspicious feast day to …By Jessica Coblentz
Red State Religion: An Interview with Robert Wuthnow
Red State Religion: Faith and Politics in America’s Heartlandby Robert WuthnowPrinceton University Press, 2012 Robert Wuthnow is the Gerhard R. Andlinger ’52 Professor of Sociology …By Alfredo Garcia
The States Project
Texas: A Longhorn Remembers the Alamo
A Longhorn Remembers the Alamo.By Thomas A. Tweed
Everything You Need to Know About the HHS Mandate Before the 2012 Elections
The Obama administration was warned, but they never really saw it coming. When they announced in January they would not be expanding the conscience exemptions …By Michael Sean Winters