On September 1 a new pro-life law will take effect in Texas that requires abortion clinics to meet the same standards as ambulatory surgical centers, abortionists to have admitting privileges at hospitals within 30 miles of the clinic, and the abortion pill RU-486 to be dispensed per FDA protocol...Read More>>
How much skin can a girl show before it's a sin? Modesty can be a sticky subject, even among Christians.
But experts say being modest doesn't mean a woman can't let her beauty shine.
In fact, that's the point.
If you look around, it's easy to think modesty is dead. Everywhere...Read More>>
Many times a week, Russell Moore talks with couples “who are in crisis because of an act of infidelity.”
And he’s done so for years, as a pastor, teacher, seminary dean and now head of the Southern Baptist Convention’s Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission.
He says he “can’t think...Read More>>
The concerns over the “Trojan Horse” plot revealed by an official report include claims that dozens of pupils were recruited as “religious police” to spy on fellow students and staff.
More than 150 pupils at Park View school were tasked with reporting behaviour “deemed unacceptable by cons...Read More>>
“We want to prevent euthanasia from taking place,” said Living With Dignity vice president Michel Racicot, a retired lawyer who advises both groups. The Act respecting end-of-life care comes into effect Dec. 10, 2015 “unless the Quebec government puts it in force earlier.”
“We know they ar...Read More>>
On Monday, President Obama issued an executive order which violates every part of the Constitution it touches. Not, of course, that this is unusual for this president.Read More>>
The American Family Association has launched a campaign against a Burger King promotion in San Francisco that featured a rainbow-packaged, limited-edition gay pride Whopper, warning that the fast food chain may go national with the burger.Read More>>
In 1920, one of America’s best-selling books was Cardinal Mercier’s Own Story. The title needed no further explanation, as the Cardinal was, in his day, one of the world’s most famous individuals, and the best-known Catholic cleric.Read More>>
The first ever London-based Girl Summit is being held today, July 22, in the hopes of mobilising initiatives to end female genital mutilation (FGM) and forced marriage around the world.Read More>>
The head of Iraq's largest church said on Sunday that Islamic State militants who drove Christians out of Mosul were worse than Mongol leader Genghis Khan and his grandson Hulagu who ransacked medieval Baghdad.Read More>>
The radical Al-Qaeda splinter group controlling a third of Iraq has ordered all girls and women in and around the northern city of Mosul to undergo female genital mutilation, the United Nations warned Thursday.Read More>>
When the news got out, and was confirmed by Fr. Federico Lombardi, that Pope Francis intended to make a private visit to Caserta to meet with a friend, the pastor of a local Evangelical community, the city's bishop, Giovanni D'Alise, was thunderstruck. He hadn't been told a thing.Read More>>
A Catholic woman who has been receiving international attention for rejecting Islam despite facing a death sentence fled to Rome on Thursday and met with the Roman Catholic pontiff–a development that has raised concerns about the continued acceptance of Catholicism as Christianity.Read More>>
The death on July 21 of Virginia Byfield, writer, editor and for 65 years wife of western Canadian publisher Ted Byfield, ended a life that was deeply committed to a resurgence of the Christian faith in the modern world.Read More>>
(Vatican Radio) “We need more than words now, we need concrete actions, we need the solidarity of Christians worldwide, not to be afraid to talk about this tragedy”, says Archbishop Amel Nona of Mosul speaking to Vatican Radio over the phone from Nineveh province, Northern Iraq.Read More>>