- So this is love
- DC Cardinal thinks Church can win contraception fight
- Congressman Frank to 'wed' same-sex partner in Massachusetts
- Madonna may treat Super Bowl viewers to a gay old time
- Major victory for life in Europe: 'Euthanasia must always be prohibited'
- Starbucks wades into gay 'marriage' fray
- Obama dumps the Constitution for contraception
- Religious liberty under assault in America
- Obamacare and the violation of religious freedom
Posted: 26 Jan 2012 10:55 AM PST
A Louisville couple who were married for 73 years have died within hours of each other at the same nursing home.
Posted: 26 Jan 2012 10:52 AM PST
Cardinal Donald Wuerl of Washington, D.C. believes that the Church can win its fight against the Obama administration’s contraception mandate if it takes its case to the public.
Posted: 26 Jan 2012 10:37 AM PST
Barney Frank, a gay 16-term congressman from Massachusetts, plans to 'marry' his partner, his office said on Thursday.
Posted: 26 Jan 2012 07:04 AM PST
Madonna is “bringing gay to the Super Bowl," according to information relayed by one of her backup dancers.
Posted: 26 Jan 2012 06:38 AM PST
Yesterday, the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) adopted a resolution stating: “Euthanasia, in the sense of the intentional killing by act or omission of a dependent human being for his or her alleged benefit, must always be prohibited.”
Posted: 26 Jan 2012 04:08 AM PST
Starbucks is giving a jolt of support to a gay marriage bill in its home state of Washington.
Posted: 26 Jan 2012 02:04 AM PST
That's exactly the effect of the Obama administration's ruling requiring employers -- including those affiliated with churches that have a moral or doctrinal objection to contraception -- to offer their workers insurance coverage that includes birth control, free of charge.
Posted: 25 Jan 2012 03:56 PM PST
The bell is tolling for religious liberty in America. All of us should listen well.
Posted: 25 Jan 2012 03:53 PM PST
Religious freedom is the lifeblood of the American people, the cornerstone of American government. When the Founding Fathers determined that the innate rights of men and women should be enshrined in our Constitution, they so esteemed religious liberty that they made it the first freedom in the Bill of Rights.