Former Louisiana Governor Kathleen Blanco, a devout pro-life Catholic who recently learned that her ocular cancer has spread to her liver and is now considered to be incurable, says she has made peace with the diagnosis.
In a brilliant new book, author and statesman William J. Bennett explains who St. Nicholas was and why he matters to Christmas.
In a moving tribute to the sanctity of life, a popular TV anchor announced that even though her unborn daughter has been diagnosed with a fatal condition, she will carry the child for as long as God wills.
Although it’s true that the use of a wreath decorated with lit candles dates back to pre-Christian Germanic people, it has been used by Christians since the Middle Ages as part of their spiritual preparation for Christmas.
A new study on young adults who leave the Catholic Church has found that youth stop identifying as Catholic at a median age of 13 for reasons ranging from disbelief to dissatisfaction with Church teaching.