“This Kind and That Kind of Catholic”…New Essay in Georgetown University’s Berkley Forum

The latest essay forum hosted by Georgetown University's Berkley Center invited contributors to reflect on President Joe Biden and Catholicism in U.S. Politics. What are some of the biggest challenges and opportunities for Catholic engagement in American domestic and foreign policy at the start of the Biden administration? My essay -- "This Kind and That …

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Fordham University Webinar on the American Abortion Debate

“Pro-Life, Pro-Choice, Post-Roe? New Prospects for the Abortion Debate in America” If you missed the Fordham University Webinar hosted by the Center on Religion and Culture that I participated in alongside Katelyn Beaty, Mary Ziegler, Gloria Purvis, and host/Center Director David Gibson, read about it or watch a recording of the event here! Thanks also …

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Pro-life. Pro-Choice. Post Roe? (Webinar)

All are welcome to join this webinar discussion sponsored by Fordham University's Center for Religion and Culture! I look forward to participating. Find details and RSVP info below. New prospects for the abortion debate in AmericaA Fordham Center on Religion and Culture WebinarJanuary 27, 2021 | 12:30 - 1:30 p.m. EST Views on abortion rights …

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What Americans Really Think About Abortion (WSJ)

My new essay in the Wall Street Journal (page C3 in the September 26-27 issue) brings attention to what we learned from interviewing hundreds of Americans in-depth regarding how they think and feel about abortion. A big takeaway? Americans' views are far more nuanced than what a black and white, "pro-choice" versus "pro-life" framing presumes. …

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Media Coverage of “How Americans Understand Abortion”

My report on American' Abortion Attitudes - a study and publication of the University of Notre Dame's McGrath Institute for Church Life - has received wide attention in media sources. I am thankful for reporters who have engaged with its contents, implications, and correctives regarding what we think we already "know" about abortion attitudes...but haven't …

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