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A Catholic Convert’s Journey

A Catholic Convert’s Journey

“The Christian identity of the United Kingdom is vital,” says a former Anglican bishop who today is a Catholic priest. It is November 2022, and Msgr. Michael Nazir-Ali is sitting in his office in central London speaking to the Register. It’s just over 12 months since the
UK Supreme Court to rule on ‘censorship zone’ outside abortion facilities

UK Supreme Court to rule on ‘censorship zone’ outside abortion facilities

Pro-life and free-speech campaigners in the United Kingdom are awaiting a landmark ruling from the Supreme Court on Wednesday regarding censorship zones around abortion clinics. The Northern Irish Assembly adopted the Abortion Services (Safe Access Zones) Northern Ireland Bill in March. However, Northern Ireland’s attorney
Supreme Court Considers Case of Christian Website Designer Targeted Because She Won’t Promote Same-Sex Weddings

Supreme Court Considers Case of Christian Website Designer Targeted Because She Won’t Promote Same-Sex Weddings

A Christian website designer in Colorado ought to be able to turn down same-sex weddings because her commercial service is also protected free speech, her lawyer told the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday. Some members of the court’s conservative majority seemed sympathetic to that argument
Three Saints for Advent

Three Saints for Advent

St. Barbara The feast of St. Barbara on December 4 may seem to have no apparent connection with Advent other than the date; but it does connect, as you will see. She is especially important to our chil­dren, and they consider it “de rigueur” to salute her
Changing their tune

Changing their tune

Compared to the Iranian men’s national soccer team, Colin Kaepernick had it easy. Like the controversial former San Francisco 49ers quarterback, Iran’s World Cup team staged a protest as the national anthem played before a game. Kaepernick knelt in protest of oppression and violence against