Even though headlines are screaming, “Free speech for me, but not for thee,” not all of today’s youth have bought into the prevailing call-everyone-who-disagrees-with-me-a-hater movement in America – such as those that are participating in today’s Day of Dialogue.
A new study has found that more than third of children have pleaded with their parents to stop checking their cell phones and pay more attention to them. Is this just a classic example of “the pot calling the kettle black” or is there something more to it?
An American aid worker and her Egyptian husband who were languishing in a prison in Cairo for the last three years returned home to the Unites States yesterday thanks to intervention by the U.S. government.
The Supreme Court’s newest member, Justice Neil Gorsuch, participated in one the most significant religious freedom cases of this term when oral arguments were presented in a case involving whether or not state benefit programs could exclude churches. Read the rest…
Bishop Armando Ochoa of the Diocese of Fresno is calling for peace after a shooter claiming to hate white people randomly shot and killed three people, two of whom were outside a Catholic Charities facility, in Fresno, California yesterday.
Cadbury, maker of some of the most cherished Easter candies of all time, has decided to drop the word “Easter” from its Easter egg hunts in the UK in order to appeal to “people from all faiths and none.”
The Case for Christ, based on the true story of a former journalist and atheist who set out to disprove the resurrection of Christ – and was converted in the process – opens tonight in theaters nationwide.
According to an email announcement sent to members of the American Family Association (AFA) today, Target CEO Brian Cornell now says he regrets his company’s policy announcement welcoming men to use women’s restrooms and dressing rooms.