• Bolivia’s President Revokes Evangelism Restrictions

    Yesterday, Bolivia’s evangelical leaders led a national day of prayer and fasting in response to their socialist government making evangelism a crime. That same Sunday, their president went on TV to answer their prayers. President Evo Morales Ayma announced that he will tell the South... Read more
  • ACLU to Spend $25M on Abortion, Other Issues in 2018 Midterms

    The American Civil Liberties Union plans to become a hub of the anti-Trump movement and is willing to spend more than $25 million for political activism in the 2018 midterms, according to a report. "It's clear that a larger portion of the American public is deeply engaged in politics in a way... Read more
  • ‘Misinformation’ seen as reason for veto of Pennsylvania abortion bill

    HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf vetoed pro-life legislation that “would have strengthened” the state’s Abortion Control Act “by banning the cruel and brutal practice of dismemberment abortions,” said the state Catholic conference. The legislation, which passed... Read more
  • Judge orders Trump admin to allow abortions for two undocumented immigrants

    A federal judge on Monday ordered the Trump administration to stop blocking two immigrants in the U.S. without legal permission from obtaining abortions. The judge granted the American Civil Liberties Union’s (ACLU) request for temporary restraining orders that would stop officials from... Read more
  • Soros money means legal trouble for Amnesty’s Ireland abortion campaign

    Dublin, Ireland, Dec 11, 2017 / 05:00 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- Amnesty International is in no position to oppose an Irish law against foreign political funding now that it is under scrutiny for taking money from U.S. financier George Soros’ Open Society Foundations to target the country’s... Read more
  • For US Catholics Concerned With Religious Liberty, Legal Battles Aren’t Enough

    Where do U.S. Catholics stand on the “first freedom,” now that the Trump administration has fulfilled its pledge to deliver a broad religious exemption for the Health and Human Services’ contraceptive mandate? And where should we put our energies as fellow believers continue to face... Read more
  • What to Do When a Patient Has a ‘Do Not Resuscitate’ Tattoo

    “We’ve always joked about this, but holy crap, this man actually did it.” Earlier this May, Gregory Holt had just finished doing the morning rounds at Miami’s Jackson Memorial Hospital, when he got a call about a new patient in the emergency room. He went down with seven... Read more
  • Calling Them Rohingya, Pope Embraces Members of Persecuted Muslim Minority

    DHAKA, Bangladesh — After meeting several Rohingya Muslims and hearing their stories in Bangladesh, Pope Francis uttered a moving prayer from the heart, affirming their dignity and asking forgiveness on behalf of all who persecute the Burmese minority. He also broke the protocol he has... Read more
  • Blue States Target Little Sisters of the Poor

    WASHINGTON — Two federal courts will soon hear preliminary arguments in lawsuits filed by states that are challenging the Trump administration’s religious and moral exemptions from the federal government’s contraceptive mandate. Led by the attorneys general... Read more
  • Little Sisters face new lawsuit over their HHS mandate exemption

    Washington D.C., Nov 24, 2017 / 03:47 am (CNA/EWTN News).- The Little Sisters of the Poor are returning to court to defend their exemption from the federal contraception mandate, after two states filed lawsuits challenging the exemption. “No one needs nuns in order to get contraceptives,... Read more