December 26th is St. Stephen’s Day—the Feast of Stephen—long an important celebration in the Christian calendar and now largely ignored. It’s time to bring it back.
Iraq’s Christian genocide survivors are hanging on with hope and the help of a fraying thread of private aid.
UNESCO chose a rather odd time to ratify its resolution against Israel’s “occupation of Al-Aqsa Mosque/Al-Haram Al-Sharif” and Jerusalem’s Old City.
Mother Teresa will be canonized a saint on Sunday, September 4 — about 20 years after her passing.
It is a perfectly reasonable observation to say young people treat marriage more casually today than they did in the past.
We know that ISIS has killed thousands of Christians in Iraq, Syria, and Libya.
Iraq’s beleaguered Christian community is frustrated and confused by the seemingly semantic debate taking place in Washington, where the Obama administration is trying to determine if their plight adds up to genocide.
Dying Christians in the Middle East don’t need more talk; they need action.
How best can we honor persecuted women on International Women’s Day? I recommend we take a multi-pronged approach.
Patriotic students are infuriated after the Pledge of Allegiance and the Presentation of Colors were removed from Seattle Pacific University’s Veteran’s Day chapel over fears they might offend people.