• More Answers Are Urgently Needed in the Ongoing McCarrick Scandal

    [caption id="attachment_103634" align="aligncenter" width="660"] (Photo credit OFF/AFP/Getty Images)[/caption] It has now been a year since the devastating scandal surrounding the sexual misconduct by former Cardinal Theodore McCarrick exploded into public view, disastrously undermining the... Read more
  • An unusual, complicated European nation seeks to rediscover its Christian culture

    The speakers of a Romance language surrounded by a sea of Slavs and Hungarians, and inhabiting a former Roman province once home to Ovid, the Romanians have always been an unusual European nation. With regards to religion, Romania is also unique: as the Old Continent, particularly its western... Read more
  • LGBT People Rage At Pete Buttigieg For Not Being Gay Enough

    Gay representation has certainly come a long way from Patrick Stewart and Steven Weber in the classic 1995 gay film, “Jeffrey.” That same year, Patrick Swayze, John Leguizamo, and Wesley Snipes shocked audiences with their hilarious and stunningly relatable performances as urban drag queens... Read more
  • Friday Funny: After Being Told To Go Find His Shoes, Local Boy Miraculously Struck With Blindness Like Saul On The Road To Damascus

    BIRMINGHAM, AL—Saul of Tarsus was struck blind on the road to Damascus after hearing the voice of Jesus. Similarly, Billy Wilkerson, age four, was also miraculously struck blind, though the cause was being told exactly where to find his shoes. “They’re right in the middle of your... Read more
  • How Britain failed Asia Bibi

    At last, Asia Bibi is free. Six months after her acquittal on a trumped-up charge of blasphemy, the Pakistani government has confirmed that she has left the country. After nearly a decade behind bars, awaiting execution, she is now in Canada – where last week, for the first time since her... Read more
  • Cardinal Pell Source Refutes Reports That He Will Not Request a Reduced Sentence

    A source close to Cardinal George Pell and his legal team said the cardinal has denied not requesting a reduced sentence if his appeal trial fails to overturn his conviction next week. “Neither the cardinal nor his legal team have made any comment about his sentence or appealing the... Read more
  • World’s Smallest Surviving Premature Baby, Weighing Less Than 9 Ounces, Heads Home From Hospital

    Baby Saybie’s life is a testament to the amazing advances in modern medical technology. Born weighing less than 9 ounces, she is believed to be the smallest premature baby ever to survive, Fox News reports. A San Diego hospital deemed her well enough to go home this May, approximately five... Read more
  • The Good (Christian) News You Didn’t Hear From India

    The recent elections brought bad news for Christians, and you probably heard about that. But there’s some wonderful news for the Christians of India as well. Prepare to be encouraged. First, however, let’s look at the bad news. The BJP, the current ruling party in India, led by Prime... Read more
  • Church in Pakistan expresses concern over recent violence against minorities

    A series of violent incidents against religious minorities in Pakistan has been condemned by the social justice arm of the nation’s bishops’ conference. In a statement, the National Commission for Justice and Peace (NCJP) said that an “alarming increase” in violence has been witnessed... Read more
  • Cardinal Parolin says Vatican will issue declaration on McCarrick investigation

    Cardinal Pietro Parolin said Wednesday that the Vatican is still investigating the documentation concerning Theodore McCarrick and will issue a declaration upon the investigation’s completion. Speaking to reporters on May 29 at the Vatican, Parolin gave no indication of a timeline for the... Read more