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“Unorthodox” and the modern myth of origins...

Unorthodox, a mini-series that debuted on Netflix a few weeks ago, is the story of a young woman who escapes from her oppressive Hasidic community in Williamsburg, Brooklyn and finds freedom with a … more

Till we have faces...

I miss the human face, don’t you? Isn’t it interesting how that is? Did you think you would ever miss the human face? Who would ever have guessed it? What is about the face that is so important? … more

Bishop Murry of Youngstown, Ohio, submits resignation after his leukemia returns...

Bishop George Murry of Youngstown, Ohio has submitted his resignation to Pope Francis, due to a recurrence of leukemia, the diocese has announced. The bishop is 71 years old, four years younger than … more

The pastoral costs of the lockdown will, I fear, be enormous. But our Lord can bring good out of any evil.....

This morning, in an effort to shift my thoughts away from the epidemic and the lockdown, I thought I’d look back a few months, to remember what I was writing before this unhappy subject began to … more

Pope Gregory the Great in the time of plague...

Gregory the Great was indisputably amongst the greatest popes to lead the Church, and he did so as his world was crumbling around him. The Roman Empire in the West had fallen, the infrastructure of … more

The incredible story of the U.S. Army’s earth-shaking, off-road land trains...

You need to get 500 tons of supplies from Fairbanks, Alaska to the Arctic Ocean—a journey of about 400 miles through pure wilderness. There are no roads, very few airstrips, and endless ice. You're … more

Pentecost Sunday: “Let us look at the Church with the eyes of the Spirit and not as the world does”...

Pope Francis urged Catholics to view the Church “with the eyes of the Spirit” as he celebrated Pentecost Sunday Mass in St. Peter’s Basilica. In his homily May 31, he cautioned against seeing … more

What role has prayer played in driving down COVID-19 deaths?

What do you think? The graph shows a steady drop the day following Pope Francis’ Urbi et Orbi Eucharistic Blessing. Is it a coincidence? Is it the result of prayer? Surely the drop was also … more

“The smallest Catholic church in 49 States” is in West Virginia...

West Virginia is known by many for its stunning scenery immortalized in John Denver’s song “Country Roads.” But perhaps not many Catholics know that the southern state is home to what is … more

Galileo, the Catholic Church, and the impact on science...

Four hundred years after the trial, the mere mention of the name “Galileo” is often considered a powerful one-word refutation against the Catholic Church. Why? Because, according to the popular … more

Christians Killed in Kaduna State, Nigeria as Herdsmen Threaten Kidnapped Missionary

Five Christians were killed and four churches destroyed in the Kaduna state, Nigeria. more

Actor Who Plays Jesus Says The Chosen TV Series 'Deepened My Faith Very Intensely'

In an interview with Christian Headlines, Jonathan Roumie, the lead actor of the upcoming Bible-based show The Chosen says his faith has grown since he started working on the project. more

New White House Press Secretary Says God Put Her in the White House 'For a Purpose'

In a recent interview, White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany opens up about the importance of faith in her life. more

President Trump Signs Executive Order to Prevent Social Media Censorship on Political Post

In an executive order, President Trump asked federal officials to hold social media sites accountable if they censor political posts. more

Vice President Mike Pence, Lecrae, Tim Tebow and More Honor Ravi Zacharias in Online Memorial Service

On Friday an online memorial service was held to honor the late great apologist Ravi Zacharias. more

Christians Respond to the Tragic Death of George Floyd

Influential Christians are speaking out following the tragic death of an unarmed black man in Minnesota. more

Illinois Backs Down, Says Churches Can Meet Again

On Thursday, the state of Illinois withdrew all restrictions on houses of worship amid the coronavirus pandemic. more

'We Can't Be Silent': Tony Dungy Implores Christians to 'Demonstrate the Qualities' of Jesus in the Fight for Racial Equality

Former NFL coach Tony Dungy took to Twitter over the weekend imploring Christians to lead the charge in the fight for racial equality. more

In Minneapolis, Faith Groups Rush to Aid Demonstrators as They Decry Racism

Faith leaders in Minneapolis are offering aid and compassion to protests in Minneapolis. more

Falsely Convicted Man Performs on America's Got Talent, Shares that Prayer and Singing Got Him Through

During a performance on America's Got Talent, Archie Williams shared that prayer and music got him through the 37 years he spent in prison for a crime he didn't commit. more
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