Eyewitnesses to the killing of nine innocent people at a community college in rural Oregon say the gunman specifically targeted Christians and was known to be disdainful of organized religion which raises the question of just how much this killer was influenced by the politically correct “hate speech” routinely aimed at Christians in today’s America.
Women from all walks of life are signing on to a letter addressed to the Synod Fathers which affirms their support for Church teachings as being “a source of authentic freedom, equality, and happiness for women.”
Commentary by Susan Brinkmann, OCDS
Since news broke on Monday about the Pope meeting with Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis who chose jail rather than issue same-sex marriage licenses, the secular media is apoplectic over the destruction of the fairytales they created about the Holy Father’s supposed liberal bend.
In what some are calling a “stunning show of political indecorum”, President Barack Obama has invited several individuals who publicly flout Catholic teaching to greet Pope Francis when he visits the White House next week.
There’s a time and a place for texting and checking your phone – and experts say this is not during quality time with family because this is causing children’s school performance and mental well-being to suffer.
After suffering some of the worst persecution in modern history, Iraqi Christians who resettled in and around the Detroit, Michigan area breathed a sigh of relief when the local planning commission voted 9-0 to reject the building a huge mosque in the middle of their neighborhood.
Kim Davis, the Christian clerk who made global headlines for refusing to issue same-sex marriage licenses in Rowan County, Kentucky, returns to work today but only after asking an appeals court to allow her to continue to refuse issuing the licenses until her case is settled.