School years close with graduation ceremonies, which are now followed by a painful rite for some Catholic educators and bishops: headlines about teachers losing their jobs after celebrating same-sex marriages.
Sacred Heart Catholic Church recently celebrated the Feast of Sacred Heart of Jesus and the 90th anniversary of the church building at a reception in the gymnasium. Displays featured pictures, uniforms, yearbooks and audio/visuals of the church and school. Special guest was Manuel Ibarra, wh…
Americans wrestling with religious conflicts in the workplace need to start by doing some math.
Rugby fans in Australia were getting used to superstar Israel Folau talking about his evangelical faith.
American Catholics may not know all the latest statistics, but they’ve been talking about the altar-level realities for decades.
While finishing her book “On Reading Well,” Karen Swallow Prior wrote a reflection on patience, suffering and the virtues of one of literature’s less celebrated heroines: Anne Elliot of Jane Austen’s final novel, “Persuasion.”
Elizabeth Scalia woke up furious, thinking about scandals in the Church of Rome, Pentecost and a famous courtroom rant in the movie “... And Justice for All.”
It was the rare Billy Graham Evangelistic Association event in which Graham was in the audience — incognito in a hat and dark glasses — and his brother-in-law Leighton Ford was in the pulpit.
Like all historic private universities, Baylor University — chartered in 1845 by the Republic of Texas — has its share of beloved traditions.
The word “conversion” has been at the heart of Christianity for two millennia, with missionaries and evangelists urging sinners to repent and change their wicked ways.