In a stunning display of overt judicial activism, the California Supreme Court Advisory Committee is proposing to classify the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) as practicing “invidious discrimination” against gays in order to prohibit anyone affiliated with the group from serving as a judge in that state.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi has outraged the faithful around the world by using the sacred Holy Thursday foot-washing ceremony as a political stunt to promote immigration reform.
Feminists around the world are howling in rage after Spiderman actress Kirsten Dunst revealed that she believes men need to be men and women need to be women in order for relationships to work.
UK Prime Minister David Cameron is delivering a bold Easter message in which he calls upon the British to reflect upon what Christianity brings to the nation and calls for more evangelization and protection for persecuted Christians.
If you’re tired of being bullied because you believe that marriage is between a man and a woman, the National Organization for Marriage (NOM) is offering you an opportunity to gather with thousands of like-minded people in the second annual March for Marriage to take place on June 19 in Washington, DC or in your own hometown.
A vigilant mother who regularly checked her teenaged son’s Facebook account called police after finding disturbing death threats on his page.
The Obama Administration’s latest foray into their favorite construct – the phony war on women – appears to be backfiring as their push to pass the Paycheck Fairness Act has done little more than reveal the pay discrepancies between men and women in the president’s own administration.
Commentary by Susan Brinkmann, OCDS
The faithful are reacting with dismay and fury over news that Sister Jane Dominic Laurel, the orthodox nun whose presentation at Charlotte Catholic High School in North Carolina caused an uproar in the community, was sent on sabbatical and may even be receiving threats to her safety.
The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to review the case of Christian photographer Elaine Huguenin who was sued for refusing to photograph the commitment ceremony of two lesbians.
Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant signed the Mississippi Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) into law late last week which was passed overwhelmingly by the state legislature in order to protect the rights of Christians and other people of faith from any law that violates their right to the free exercise of their religion.