After a century of perhaps the worst Christian persecutions in the history of the church, how do we find ourselves in a situation where Catholic priests are now persecuting the faithful?
Three major discoveries during the last century contradict the forecasts of scientific atheists, pointing instead in a distinctly theistic direction.
Good Friday—a holiday in just 10 states—is celebrated by most Christian denominations, with fasting and somber worship services that often end in silence.
The day in between Jesus’ death and resurrection stands at a pivotal juncture between despair and hope, fear and courage, death and new life.
On the Federalist Radio Hour, author Billy Hallowell said the real danger is not in the sneakers themselves, or in the music video, but in the culture.
The days of Holy Week can be reconciled by careful accounting of events and by recognizing alternative ways that ancients used to mark time.
Bethany may renew their federal contracts by deciding to abandon Christianity in foster-care placements. But in the bigger picture, more abandoned children will run the streets.
The Equality Act explicitly targets the Bible, calling it a bigoted document filled with discriminatory stereotypes. It would also ban observant Jews from religious ceremonies.
While Islam has receded from the public mind, Islamic ambitions remain intact. President Biden is poised to facilitate those objectives by reviving the Iran nuclear deal.
We can all hope and pray Don Lemon meets the true God — not gxd or a fake Jesus who wasn’t perfect — but until then, don’t take your theology tips from him.
Christianity has a deeply grounded, beautiful understanding of what it means to be human — whether uniquely male or uniquely female.
The Archdiocese of Washington has seen fit to set aside millions of dollars for a man known for wasting egregious sums and for perpetuating sexual abuse.
Instead of a populace with a developed understanding of sin, and a prudent sense of what to punish and what to tolerate, we now have personal and social moral instability.
Cardinal Robert Sarah’s departure invites suspicions of a continuing purge by Pope Francis of opponents to his project.
The physical contact created with God through worship is vital to following him and cannot be met through virtual means. For those who are not at high risk from COVID, it’s time.
Lent isn’t intended to be a staid, formulaic religious practice, but a fountain of grace that points our hearts, minds, and bodies toward the eternal.
Max Lucado’s singular message is God’s unending love for everyone, but his invitation to speak at the National Cathedral sent the Episcopal Church reeling.
It’s reasonable to defer to executive branch officials during an emergency. But that deference cannot last forever, and it should depend on the nature of the government’s actions.
Church leaders now must make a choice: Either condemn Joe Biden’s pro-abortion governance or become complicit in the president’s scandalous support of abortion.
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