Syria is not a threat to the U.S., nor is it likely to become one.
Pope Francis envisions a Catholic Church that battles the “globalization of indifference.” Ironically, President Donald Trump has proven more effective than Francis at galvanizing Catholics to join that battle.
It is fitting that Mother Teresa is being canonized in the Jubilee Year of Mercy declared by Pope Francis.
Canonization is the process by which the Catholic Church solemnly proclaims that a holy person becomes inscribed on the list (i.e. the canon) of those persons who may be venerated publicly in the liturgy of the Catholic Church.
I will never forget the day in early August 1989 when Mother Teresa came to the Albanian Embassy in Rome to receive her first visa…
It is a perfectly reasonable observation to say young people treat marriage more casually today than they did in the past.
Pope Francis’s three-year-old papacy, marred by controversy from the beginning, has hit a new low.
Pope Francis is able to speak religious language and offer religious gestures in a way that impels the imagination to see beyond itself.
Pope Francis’s visit to the United States is attracting a flood of attention, and preparations have been underway for months in the cities and communities that will welcome him.
As an evangelical Christian, I can see at least three reasons why Pope Francis and his six-day visit to our nation should matter to all Americans, not just Catholics.