• DC Is Abolishing Columbus Day. Here’s the Truth About Columbus.

    Editor’s note: On Tuesday, the D.C. City Council approved a measure to abolish the celebration of Columbus Day, set to take place Oct. 14. The holiday will be replaced by Indigenous People’s Day. The council fast-tracked the legislation by calling an emergency session. The District of... Read more
  • A blinkered view of pornography leads to disaster for children

    In today’s sex-soaked media, it was gratifying to see a leading champion of unrestricted sexual freedom, the New York Times, going bonkers about the wickedness of pornography. The headline summarises its graphic, scrupulously researched and highly disturbing article: “The Internet Is Overrun... Read more
  • Mom solves daughter’s mystery illness: School nurse secretly inserted birth control implant

    BALTIMORE, Maryland, October 3, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) — A mother is furious after discovering that her 16-year-old daughter’s headaches and soreness were caused by a birth control implant inserted by a school nurse without her consent. Nicole Lambert was shocked to learn from her... Read more
  • “SNL” has a double standard on bigotry

    Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on “Saturday Night Live’s” firing of Shane Gillis: Less than a week after he was hired, Shane Gillis was bounced from “Saturday Night Live” after a video surfaced of him making remarks offensive to certain groups. “SNL” was... Read more
  • The Southern Poverty Law Center is a hate-based scam that nearly caused me to be murdered

    I’ll never forget the moment I learned we were on lockdown. It was Aug.15, 2012. My frustration mingled with fear. Trapped on the sixth floor, we knew someone had been shot. We knew we couldn’t leave yet. We knew little else. While I was missing lunch, a crime scene played out in the... Read more
  • Why the ‘fact-checking’ of Christian satire worries this Catholic writer

    Denver, Colo., Aug 14, 2019 / 03:01 am (CNA).- Did you know that Veggie Tales, the beloved Christian cartoon for kids, recently introduced a new character named Cannabis Carl in celebration of recreational marijuana? They didn’t, actually. That was just a funny article from satirical... Read more
  • Canadian Anglicans to Continue Same-Sex Ceremonies, Even After Failed Vote

    Though the Anglican Church in Canada last week failed to amend its canon to sanction same-sex marriages, in the wake of the narrow vote, dioceses have opted to continue with them anyway. The amendment, first passed in 2016, required a two-thirds majority vote among lay delegates, clergy, and... Read more
  • The Sins of Beto O’Rourke’s Great-Great-Great Grandfathers

    Beto O’Rourke’s announcement that he was “recently given documents showing that both Amy and I are descended from people who owned slaves” illuminates a great deal about presidential campaigning in 2019. O’Rourke feels the country must know about the status of his great-great-great... Read more
  • Catholic school teacher fired for gay marriage sues Archdiocese of Indianapolis

    Indianapolis, Ind., Jul 10, 2019 / 02:05 pm (CNA).- A teacher at a Catholic school in Indianapolis whose contract was terminated due to his same-sex marriage is suing the Archdiocese of Indianapolis, one day after reaching a settlement with the school. Local news station RTV6 reported that... Read more
  • Amid measles outbreak, New York ends religious exemptions for vaccines

    Amid an ongoing measles outbreak, New York is requiring schoolchildren to be vaccinated, even if parents have religious objections. Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed legislation Thursday that removes nonmedical exemptions from school vaccination requirements. The law goes into effect immediately,... Read more