We’ve all done it from time to time – had a spat with someone and refused to let go – but when these “spats” go on for years, and are based in much more than a simple misunderstanding, how do we let go and bring our families back together again?
Anti-Christian bigotry is on full-display at the University of California, Berkeley, and it’s all aimed at a junior named Isabella Chow, who is being severely punished for refusing to vote for a pro-LGBTQ+ bill; however this courageous young Christian has no intention of backing down.
In light of the heightened discord and animosity that has invaded American society in the past decade, for the first time in over 40 years, the full body of U.S. bishops has issued a rare pastoral letter dealing with the subject of racism and is encouraging the faithful to prayerfully read this document.
The 73-year-old florist from Washington state who has been battling the courts for five years over her refusal to create floral arrangements for a same-sex wedding is getting a second chance to have her case heard in the state’s highest court.
The same network that hosts The Long Island Medium has decided to venture further into their whimsical misrepresentation of mediumship by launching a second reality show based on the dark art, this one called “Mama Medium.”
Even though they are not permitted to vote on a permanent solution to the sex abuse crisis in the U.S. church just yet, this didn’t stop many bishops attending the semi-annual conference in Baltimore from speaking their mind about the impact of one of the most serious scandals to hit the Church in her history.
All Souls Day is over, but these souls still long for our prayers.