- World Congress of Families VI Opens in Madrid, Friday, May 25
- Everest climber skips summit to rescue friend
- Religious freedom caucuses planned for every state legislature
- PR contract to promote HHS mandate under scrutiny
- Most voters doubt Catholic institutions would shut down over mandate
- Barney Frank drops gay slur on Harvard grads
Posted: 25 May 2012 07:48 AM PDT
World Congress of Families VI will open in Madrid's Palacio de Congresos on Friday, May 25 and runs through Sunday.
Posted: 25 May 2012 06:45 AM PDT
An Israeli who rescued a distressed climber on Mount Everest instead of pushing onward to the summit said Friday that the man he helped, an American of Turkish origin, is like a brother to him.
Posted: 25 May 2012 06:35 AM PDT
Advocates of religious liberty have announced plans to launch religious freedom caucuses in all 50 state legislatures in order to fight against the erosion of religious liberty at the local level.
Posted: 25 May 2012 06:29 AM PDT
The Department of Health and Human Services' recently signed $17.6 million dollar contract with public relations firm Porter-Novelli, to tout the Affordable Care Act, is coming under congressional scrutiny.
Posted: 25 May 2012 06:27 AM PDT
A new survey shows that while more Americans are opposing the federal contraception mandate, the majority of voters also doubt that Catholic institutions would shut down rather than comply with the rule.
Posted: 25 May 2012 06:23 AM PDT
While speaking to Harvard Graduates this week Barney Frank took time to hammer a woman who challenged him at a town hall two years ago over his ideology. He then went on to explain that legislation he was promoting would not prevent pastors from speaking their views at the pulpit.