Truth, then, has arisen from the earth: Christ who said, I am the Truth, was born of the Virgin. And justice looked down from heaven: because believing in this new-born child, man is justified not by himself but by God.
Archbishop Gomez Calls Us to ‘Witness to the New World of Faith’ In Pastoral Letter on the New EvangelizationOctober 16, 2012 No Comments
The world needs a new evangelization! The people of our city, our nation and our continent are waiting for the encounter with Jesus Christ who makes all things new. In every age, Jesus draws near to offer his salvation to all people. He calls: “Behold, I stand at the door and knock!”
Months after losing her LIFE band, Rachel was waiting tables, and saw that one of her customers was wearing the same pro-life band…
The joint study from Liberty Institute and the Family Research Council (FRC) records up to 600 incidents of hostility toward religion…
A Georgia worker is now suing his employer after he refused to wear a 666 sticker that he says represented the Mark of the Beast in Revelations. Billy E. Hyatt is suing on grounds of religious discrimination. The sticker he was asked to wear represents the number of days the plant had been accident free.
Dear friends, St. Dominic reminds us that at the origin of witnessing to the faith, which every Christian should give in the family, at work, in society, and even in moments of relaxation, is prayer, a personal contact with God; only this real relationship with God gives us the strength to live every event, especially the most suffered moments, intensely.
There were long lines at Chick-fil-A’s across the nation as patrons queued up to support the chain as well as the right to free speech.
Christian and Muslim scholars are calling on the CEOs of Hilton, Hyatt, Marriott, Choice and Starwood hotels, urging a ban on adult entertainment in rooms… as “…a commitment to human dignity and the common good.”
Arizona’s ban on abortions starting at 20 weeks of pregnancy will take effect this week as scheduled after a federal judge ruled Monday that the new law is constitutional.
It takes roughly 10 years to make a qualified doctor. It’s just a matter of math to say there won’t be enough doctors to take care of the additional 30 million Americans by 2014. For many, coverage will not necessarily translate into care: There are not enough doctors for Americans now.