With the world resting on the edge of nuclear war due to the increased aggression of North Korean dictator, Kim Jong-un, Pope Francis departed on his 22nd papal voyage to Chile with a heart full of concern about the prospects of a nuclear holocaust.
Isn’t it ironic that because of the Women’s March that took place in January of 2017, a march that deliberately excluded Christian women who embraced a life-affirming vision of women’s equality, the word “feminism” became the most looked-up word in the dictionary for 2017. Obviously, the organizers of the March had no idea that the very concept of feminism began with Jesus Christ.
Commentary by Susan Brinkmann, OCDS
A new report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has found a significant decline in the number of teens who say they’ve ever had sex, especially among African American and Hispanic youth.
Christians who live in the state of Mississippi and who support the biblical definition of marriage no longer have to fear reprisal by the government or homosexual activists after the U.S. Supreme Court refused to disturb a state law protecting their freedom of conscience.
After years of positive studies about the alleged benefits of mindfulness, the latest science is revealing a darker side. Some Catholic therapists, however, such as the one we interviewed last week, discovered on their own that this therapy is not nearly as successful as people think – and it’s definitely not Catholic.