19 days to go, and where are we?
Can you vote for your candidate’s flaws? Bill McCormick, SJ explores.
What does the latest Twitter spat say about tensions between Baby Boomers and Millennials? Bill McCormick, SJ weighs in.
What kind of saint is still seeking God?
Bill McCormick, SJ asks, is the Catholic Church and Democratic party moving back together, or continuing to part ways?
In this season of national conventions, Bill McCormick, SJ asks us to consider our religious and political affiliations. How can one be both a “good Catholic” and a good member of one’s political party?
Frederick Douglass gave his famous Fourth of July speech a day late, on July 5, 1852. The majesty of his oratory matched the solemnity of the occasion: It is the birthday of your National Independence, and of your political freedom. This, to you, is what the Passover...
Is it wrong to pray when tragedy strikes? Bill McCormick, SJ responds.
Bill McCormick, SJ explains what it is like to grow up on the US-Mexico border, where “time is greater than space.”