A regulation blocking states from defunding Planned Parenthood from federal Title X family planning funds, which was signed into law just before President Barack Obama left office, has been overruled by the U.S. House of Representatives.
Evidence of the holiness of the life of Sr. Lucia, one of the three children who received messages from Our Lady at Fatima, Portugal nearly 100 years ago, was formally presented by church officials this week.
A liberal columnist for the Philadelphia Inquirer thought his snarky column attacking Archbishop Charles Chaput’s latest book would be the last word – until this feisty immigration lawyer made his critique look as hollow as it was.
The Bakkers were told their unborn baby wasn’t thriving in the womb and, at 23 weeks gestation, should consider an abortion. They refused, and are now celebrating their little fighter who just took her first steps.
Canada’s House of Commons Health Committee is about to embark on a comprehensive study of the health impacts of online violent pornography with the hopes of launching a public health campaign against these images that will be as effective as the one against cigarette smoking.
Cardinal Francesco Coccopalmerio, president of the pontifical council charged with interpreting canon law, issued a short booklet explaining what the Post-Synodal Apostolic Exhortation Amoris Laetitia is saying about admittance of divorced and civilly remarried couples to the Sacraments.
Newly sworn-in Attorney General Jeff Sessions wasted no time in sending a strong signal about how he intends to handle former President Barack Obama’s controversial “bathroom order” and has let it be known that the Department of Justice (DOJ) has no intention of defending it.