In the fourth century, St. Ambrose of Milan spoke truth to power. U.S. bishops could learn something from him.
‘Denial of Evolution Is a Form of White Supremacy’ is Scientific American’s not-so-subtle way of saying this synonymous phrase: ‘The Bible is racist.’
To win the Eucharist battle, faithful Catholics must treat the threshold for receiving the Body and Blood of Christ much higher than not promoting abortion.
The last time such a serious moral and theological divide separated Southern Baptist churches, a massive and successful 10-year campaign to retake the convention was launched.
When St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Miami Beach gathered on Sunday, nine of its families were missing from the pews.
Will the church view the culture war through the gospel, or will it view the gospel through the culture war? One approach is biblical. The other is deadly.
One decade after being sent into exile by an SBC church, last week abortion abolitionism became the official position of the largest Protestant denomination in the United States.
The U.S. bishops’ vote won’t ‘deny’ anyone communion. It will seek, instead, to educate American Catholics about the meaning of the Holy Eucharist.
This year, the nation’s largest Protestant body focused on three interrelated issues: the aftermath of Russell Moore’s resignation, the denomination’s presidency, and critical race theory.
The left isn’t going to nicely make compromises and exceptions for you, no matter how far the bench you’re sitting on is from the field.
A pastor who endorses claims of racial ‘systemic injustice,’ Ed Litton, has been elected president of the largest U.S. Protestant denomination, the Southern Baptist Convention.
A recent poll shows that 74 percent of mass-going Catholics believe that officials who oppose church teaching should be denied Communion.
Like just about every other Western Christian body, as well as the United States, the Southern Baptist Convention is left to squabble over shrinking slices of a dwindling pie.
Two consenting adults in the bedroom is an ‘LGBT issue.’ Parents pimping out their children for entertainment and political points is a disgusting league all its own.
Bowing to left-wing pressure, the Department of Justice will not even commit to defending religious colleges from a lawsuit that would force them to act contrary to their beliefs about sex and gender.
Austin Ruse’s book, ‘Under Siege,’ makes a compelling case that there’s no better time for Catholics and affiliated conservatives to fight back against our woke overlords than right now.
Biden touts his Catholic faith, but the recent Catholic League report highlights 32 times the president has publicly gone against the church.
Christians face a choice: do they stay with the established church that’s comfortable, or do they join the dynamic church that threatens to set them apart from the rest of the world?
For all our talk about economic populism, we need to think about what cultural populism might look like as well.
Scripture makes no allowance for being a participating member of a church body from arm’s length. Administering the sacraments isn’t possible without physical presence.
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