Newt Gingrich tells the Register prospects are good for the move, under the new administration and Congress.
Recently appointed as a special envoy to U.S. clerics, Lebanon native Father Andre Mahanna believes the new presidency can advance peace by helping Christian communities.
A lawsuit filed by a former employee contends that the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests is motivated by self-interest and animus to the Church, not the cause of aiding clergy-abuse victims.
Organizers earlier removed the pro-life New Wave Feminists from the official list of event sponsors, but some pro-lifers were present to proclaim feminism shouldn’t be about killing the unborn.
The local pro-life community has a long-standing history of non-confrontational dialogue, and slain police officer Garrett Swasey was a pro-life elder at a local evangelical church.
Surprisingly to many observers, a significant number of Latinos appear to back Donald Trump’s controversial stances on the hot-button political issue.
Is it the breakdown of the family, mental illness or the so-called ‘gun culture’ in the U.S. that leads to these tragedies? Experts and clergy weigh in.
In the name of ‘equality,’ members of the Denver City Council’s Business Development Committee have said they are morally obliged to keep the restaurant chain out of the city-owned facility.
Catholics and other families who want to benefit from the program must now hope that the U.S. Supreme Court will review and reverse the state court’s decision.
Victories for pro-life candidates in 2014 are a primary reason why the GOP’s leading contenders for the Oval Office are openly wooing Catholic and evangelical ‘value voters.’
Patricia Jannuzzi’s suspension last month from her longtime job at a Catholic high school is just one example of the retribution increasingly faced by Americans who support the traditional family.
American sniper Jack Coughlin tells his story.
Two bakers in the state have become part of the battle over same-sex ‘marriage’ and religious liberty.
Some candidates continue to make their Republican opponents’ pro-life convictions their central campaign theme, but such claims may be losing traction with voters.
Twenty years later, local Catholics — and countless others elsewhere — remain inspired by the unexpected success of the city’s transformational World Youth Day.