What the U.S. pro-life movement forgets about its own roots

Opinion: Pope Francis has been slammed for equating the saving of ’innocent unborn’ with migrants. But social justice sparked the anti-abortion movement in the first place

In Ireland, an orange rage continues to burn over the Twelfth

In Northern Ireland, sparks between Catholics and Protestants are still everywhere, alight
Gerron Moss

The Interview: An eminent Catholic scholar on a new kind of Pope

Historian Garry Wills on the openness of Pope Francis, his respect for the faith of the people—and why his bishops will fall into line
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The Santorum surge

Support is soaring for the father of seven who offers the rhetorical red meat Romney can’t
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How Obama can win the culture war

While Republicans are distracted by cultural issues, Democrats can seize electoral ground
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Could an ‘innovative’ school in Montreal’s fall victim to religious infighting?

Nesbitt Elementary considered “one of the most successful bilingual programs in the province”
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The legacy of Pope Benedict XVI

From evolution to safe sex, Benedict revealed himself to be a surprisingly activist Pope

Q & A: Will Ferguson

The Canadian author took an arduous journey across Northern Ireland, falling asleep in pubs and making sense of Protestants and Catholics