• New Polls Show Americans Reject Democratic Extremism on Life

    In 2019, Democratic politicians have doubled down on their support for late-term abortions. In January, New York governor Andrew Cuomo signed legislation that legalized abortion through all nine months of pregnancy. In Virginia, Delegate Kathy Tran sponsored a bill that would strengthen legal... Read more
  • Analysis: Pope Francis’ position on Venezuela

    Pope Francis’ recent letter to Venezuela’s Nicolas Maduro confirmed the Holy See’s position on the Venezuelan crisis, while demonstrating that Maduro has become an increasingly isolated global figure. While the Holy See has long maintained its diplomatic ties with Venezuela, and for... Read more
  • Rubio: Blocking aid to Venezuela is a ‘crime against humanity’

    Sen. Marco Rubio has called the humanitarian and political impasse in Venezuela “unsustainable,” and compared a blockade stopping food and medical aid from entering the country to a war crime. The senator said leaders of the country’s security forces must choose between their orders and... Read more
  • Nobel Peace Prize Goes to Christian Doctor Who Heals Rape Victims

    Christian gynecologist who has dedicated his career to caring for victims of rape in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has been awarded a 2018 Nobel Peace Prize. Denis Mukwege, nicknamed “Dr. Miracle” for his specialized procedures, was a co-recipient for the annual honor alongside... Read more
  • Filthy Lucre: The UK’s Abortion Industry

    The latest statistics for abortions in the United Kingdom have been made public by the Department of Health. The revised abortion figures released just days prior to Christmas show that in 2017 the numbers of UK abortions were at a ten-year high. The figures also unveil Britain’s culture of... Read more
  • Only half of US children are being raised by their married parents

    Washington D.C., Dec 19, 2018 / 03:35 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- One in two: that is the current number of children in the U.S. who are being raised by both their married biological parents throughout their childhood. “This figure is based on the proportion of 17-and-18-year-old high school... Read more
  • Why would Christians want the world to love them?

    Recently, someone complained to me that habits of political correctness and identity politics seemed to be creating an atmosphere where—to this person’s perspective—anyone might claim to be part of a protected class. “It’s open season on Christians, though,” the gentleman... Read more
  • Nicaragua needs ‘courageous’ bishops to resolve political crisis

    NICARAGUA - After 12 consecutive years of the same party and president in power, today a scant 30 percent of Nicaraguans approve of the regime of President Daniel Ortega and Vice President Rosario Murillo, his wife, and some of that support may simply come from people who’ve become accustomed... Read more
  • Five dead in Brazilian cathedral shooting, cathedral priest asks for prayer

    Campinas, Brazil, Dec 11, 2018 / 11:46 am (CNA).- A gunman killed at least four people people Tuesday, inside the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Conception in Campinas, Brazil. After opening fire inside the cathedral, the gunman took his own life. The man entered the cathedral at the conclusion... Read more
  • Church caught in the middle as Nicaragua wrestles with past, present

    MANAGUA, Nicaragua - Arriving by air in Managua, the capital city of Nicaragua, with the plane coming down over a green lagoon in the crater of the volcano of Apoyeque, one can’t shake the feeling that the country is trapped between what it is and what it should have been. Through the... Read more