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Latest Religion_Belief Items
Answering the needs of refugee migrants is one component of a truly pro-life view, said a U.S. bishop, announcing a new initiative to aid children who have fled Central America for the United States.
During his upcoming apostolic voyage to South Korea Pope Francis is slated to meet with 20 Asian youth during the 2014 Asia Youth Day, including Korean pop-star BoA.
The Obama administration should be step up efforts to free a Sudanese mother facing a death sentence for refusing to recant her Christian faith, lawmakers said at a House hearing Wednesday.
Tom Petty says that no one has interpreted Jesus Christ's teaching more incorrectly than Christians, as he was asked to explain the history behind his new song "Playing Dumb."
It's an old joke to say "military intelligence" is an oxymoron, but now there's a new oxymoron that's no laughing matter — "atheist chaplain" ("Humanists seek support from Congress on military chaplains," Web, July 22).
Surrounded by numerous violent conflicts throughout the world, the faithful should not forget the power of prayer, said Archbishop Joseph E. Kurtz, president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.
President Obama's July 21 executive order adding sexual orientation and gender identity to a list of conditions on which federal contractors may not discriminate when hiring may not impact faith-based social service agencies as much as feared.
The White House is eyeing further changes to the controversial provision in the hopes of reaching something of a compromise with nonprofit charities and universities.
America is facing an unprecedented social and moral crisis, warned Sen. Marco Rubio during a speech Wednesday at the Catholic University.