Results from Tag: 'February 13-26, 2011'

Can It Be Called Genocide?

Are Christians seeing an “ethnic cleansing” in the Middle East, as French President Nicolas Sarkozy recently suggested? Register Lebanon correspondent Doreen Abi Raad offers an analysis of problems facing the Church from radical Islam.

Remembering Judge John Roll

Judge John Roll lived a life of faith, hope and charity. Trying to save another person’s life — and losing his own in the process — in the assassination attempt on Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords turned out to be his supreme act of charity.

When a Pupil Has 2 Daddies

The Archdiocese of Boston adopted a new policy on students who are children of same-sex couples. It’s different from what other dioceses have done. How are people reacting?

Sex-Abuse Fallout

The Archdiocese of Milwaukee is the latest to declare bankruptcy in an attempt to work out a fair solution to compensating sex-abuse victims and continue to do the work of the Church. What solutions seem to be working?