In a hard-hitting editorial posted this week, Catholic League president Bill Donohue cites the many examples of censorship at Facebook against orthodox Catholics for which Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has no satisfactory explanation.
Even though the mainstream media devoted a steady stream of breathless coverage during a school walkout to protest gun violence, there was barely a peep from the media when it came to covering another this week’s protest against the unjust taking of innocent lives.
Commentary by Susan Brinkmann, OCDS
Once again, the ladies on The View crossed the boundaries of American decency by likening Vice President Mike Pence’s Christian faith to “mental illness” which has sparked outrage across the country.
In this year’s Message for World Communications Day, which falls on May 13, Pope Francis delivers a blistering critique of fake news, equating it to the “snake-tactics” of the devil who used it to fool Eve, and said it’s only purpose is to the “deceive and manipulate the reader.”
A glowing article about how millennials are ditching religion for astrology and psychics celebrates the fact that millennials – the first generation to come of age during the Harry Potter era – are ditching religion. Should we be surprised?
EWTN, the global Catholic network that never stops looking for ways to expand its reach in the hearts of the faithful around the world, achieved a new milestone this week when it opened its first studio in the United Kingdom.
A recent Teen Vogue article promoting anal sex has sparked national outrage and a growing movement to have the magazine pulled from store shelves while the magazine tries to defend itself with the usual liberal name-calling, indecencies, and Catholic-bashing.
ABC News reporters Pete Madden and Erin Galloway led a mainstream media smear campaign against the Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), one of the country’s most respected religious liberty law firms, causing a national outcry after referring to them as a “hate group.”
The mainstream media is once again maligning a good and courageous bishop simply because he published a decree stating that persons involved in same-sex relationships cannot receive communion or serve on the altar, nor can they be given a Catholic funeral if they do not repent before death.
Even though the headlines normally report only on negative news about religion’s impact on marriage and family, don’t believe it! According to experts, quality studies have found that couples and families who pray together really do stay together longer than their non-religious peers.